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Suzuki's Mir believes he 'cares less' about the MotoGP title than other riders

Joan Mir says he cares less about the MotoGP title currently than "probably other riders" and won't change his race-by-race approach despite leading the standings after the Aragon Grand Prix. The Suzuki rider leads the championship for the first time in 2020 by six points after finishing third on Sunday at Aragon, while erstwhile standings leader Fabio Quartararo plummeted to 18th owing to a front tyre issue. Mir has scored the most points of any of the leading four title protagonists since August's Czech GP and has scored the most podiums with five - though is the only one of Quartararo, Maverick Vinales and Andrea Dovizioso not to have won yet. He admits "every race I care...
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