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Rins frustrated to crash from French GP after ‘unbelieveable' double-Ducati pass

Suzuki’s Alex Rins is upbeat despite his frustrating crash from second in the French Grand Prix, having fought back from a lowly qualifying position to stake a bid for victory. The Spaniard quickly found himself in a groove despite the tricky wet conditions, carving his way through to fourth after only a handful of tours. He then closed down the leading Ducati duo at a rate of around four-tenths-of-a-second per lap to set-up a thrilling victory tussle, highlighted by a brave move at Turn 7 in the latter stages where he managed to pass both Jack Miller and Andrea Dovizioso for second late on. His pursuit of leader Danilo Petrucci would come to an end just a lap later though as he dropped...
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