Races – [Video] Suzuki’s best moments at the Argentinian GP – Used SUZUKI


[Video] Suzuki’s best moments at the Argentine GP

Races - [Video] Suzuki's best moments at the Argentine GP - Used SUZUKI

Video review of Alex Rins’ superb third place in the Argentinian MotoGP GP: the official Suzuki Ecstar rider will arrive in the United States in 9th place in the World Championship, one point behind Rossi…

Third in in particularly difficult conditions, Alex Rins signs the best result of his career in MotoGP and allows Suzuki to return to a podium that had escaped him in the premier class since (with) while his teammate Andrea Iannone is classified. .

  • Argentinian GP MotoGP 2018 :
  • Argentinian GP MotoGP 2018 :
  • Argentinian GP MotoGP 2018 :
  • Alex Rins, 3rd in Argentina :

"The Austin circuit is one of my favorites, even though I was there last year," warns the 22-year-old Spaniard who won his (Moto3) there in 2013: "this year we are coming confident, with more experience and a very good machine! " To follow closely on MNC in 8 days: stay tuned !

For his part, Andrea Iannone points out that he was "one of the first pilots to decide on, but unfortunately everyone copied me! I’m kidding, but in reality, in a few minutes, the asphalt and the conditions have changed a lot. In any case, I did not have a good position on the grid and that played tricks on me in the race since I had a very good pace. In the second half of the race, I tried to double but made a few mistakes ".

"I’m very happy for Suzuki and Alex, this podium is very good and my result correct", continues the 28-year-old Italian: "we are working in the right direction and we are not far from the truth. We will do our best. better in Austin! "

Ranking of the MotoGP 2018 championship after the Argentinian GP

  1. Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda GBR (38 points)
  2. Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati ITA (35 points)
  3. Johann ZARCO Yamaha FRA (28 points)
  4. Maverick VI√ĎALES Yamaha SPA (21 points)
  5. Marc MARQUEZ Honda SPA (20 points)
  6. Jack MILLER Ducati AUS (19 points)
  7. Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati ITA (17 points)
  8. Valentino ROSSI Yamaha ITA (16 points)
  9. Alex RINS Suzuki SPA (16 points)
  10. Andrea IANNONE Suzuki ITA (15 points)
  11. Tito RABAT Ducati SPA (14 points)
  12. Dani PEDROSA Honda SPA (9 points)
  13. Hafizh SYAHRIN Yamaha MAL (9 points)
  14. Franco MORBIDELLI Honda ITA (6 points)
  15. Pol ESPARGARO KTM SPA (5 points)
  16. Scott REDDING Aprilia GBR (4 points)
  17. Alvaro BAUTISTA Ducati SPA (3 points)
  18. Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda JPN (3 points)
  19. Karel ABRAHAM Ducati CZE (1 point)
  20. Jorge LORENZO Ducati SPA (1 point)
  21. Thomas LUTHI Honda SWI
  22. Bradley SMITH KTM GBR
  23. Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia SPA
  24. Xavier SIMEON Ducati BEL

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