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Early season crashes, faded championship hopes were ‘hard to accept’ - Rins

After showing unfulfilled early season potential, Alex Rins’ podium drought finally came to an end at Silverstone with second place. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Following several early season crashes while running inside the top five and hopes of a championship challenge dashed, Rins admitted it was ‘hard to accept’, but that work put in with his team and a new approach following the summer break led to his improved performance. Rins said: "It was quite hard to accept, but in the end I worked really hard with my team - my personal team and my race team.  "After the summer break we arrived...
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