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Damage from early collision ended Mir's Portugal MotoGP race

MotoGP world champion Joan Mir says an electronics issue caused by early contact in the Portuguese Grand Prix forced him to retire from the 2020 season finale. The Suzuki rider could only qualify 20th owing to another electrical issue, though he managed to come up to 12th after an aggressive opening lap. However, he dropped down the order again to 19th on the second tour after making contact with the rear of Johann Zarco's Avintia Ducati at Turn 3. Mir had already collided with Pramac's Francesco Bagnaia on the opening lap at the same corner, which seemingly dislocated the Italian's arm. The Suzuki rider says one of these contacts caused an issue with his electronics, which led to him...
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