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Rins thought news of Brivio's Suzuki MotoGP exit 'was a joke'

MotoGP race winner Alex Rins admits he initially thought team boss Davide Brivio's exit from Suzuki "was a joke" when the Italian told him of his decision. Suzuki confirmed last week long-time team manager Brivio would be leaving the Japanese manufacturer having helmed the squad for the past eight years. This came days after Autosport revealed Brivio would be quitting Suzuki to take on the role of CEO of the rebranded Alpine Formula 1 team in 2021 - though this is yet to be made official by the French manufacturer. Brivio brought Rins to Suzuki in 2017, with the Spaniard winning three races since joining and aiding the marque to the teams' title last season, as team-mate Joan Mir...
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