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Andalusia MotoGP: Injured Rins 'super proud' to finish 'unbelievable' second Jerez race

Alex Rins is "super proud" to finish the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix inside the top 10 a week after fracturing and dislocating his right shoulder in a crash. The Suzuki rider sustained the injury when he crashed at the end of qualifying for last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, also run at Jerez, and had to sit out the first race of the season. Passed fit to ride on Thursday for the second Jerez race, Rins came from 20th on the grid to end up 10th after benefitting from a high attrition rate around him. "Unbelievable, unbelievable," Rins said when asked about his race. "Sincerely after exiting from the box, I was suffering a lot because the condition was so hot, so...
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