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Mir's MotoGP Portugal qualifying day compromised by electronics issue

MotoGP world champion Joan Mir says his Portuguese Grand Prix Saturday was compromised by an electronic issue with his Suzuki, contributing to his joint career-worst qualifying result. Just a week after securing the 2020 world title, Mir will have to start Sunday's finale in Portugal from 20th on the grid after a difficult qualifying. Mir says the early part of his day was hindered by an electronic problem which Suzuki "in the wrong direction" having discovered the issue too late. "It was a really difficult day because we had a problem, looks like it's the electronics of the bike and I was not able to stay on the bike well," Mir explained. "It was a problem that we...
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