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Crew chief calms Rins' wheelie concerns, Suzuki has 'something' at Mugello

Already fearing the lack of a ride-height device will hurt Suzuki on the fast Mugello straight this weekend, Alex Rins was 'a bit scared' at the ground he was losing due to wheelies when watching replays of MotoGP's most recent 2019 Italian race. Despite the issue, Rins finished that event in fourth place, just 0.535s from Ducati race winner Danilo Petrucci. But that was before the introduction of ride-height systems, an extension of the holeshot device which allows riders to lower the back of the bike onto the straights providing greater acceleration and less aerodynamic drag. All of the grid except Suzuki now has the device available, with Pramac Ducati's Johann Zarco setting a new...
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