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Motorcycles Rins to evaluate shoulder operation after MotoGP season ends

12:25  21 november  2020
12:25  21 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Suzuki MotoGP rider Alex Rins suffered a fracture and dislocation to his right shoulder in his crash Later on Saturday, the team confirmed he had suffered a dislocated and fractured shoulder , as well Rins ' injury comes just weeks after Andrea Dovizioso plunged the start of his season into doubt with

Suzuki's Alex Rins says it would be a "dream come true" to round out the 2020 MotoGP season in runner-up spot to world champion team-mate Joan Mir. The first half of Rins ' season was plagued by the after effects of a nasty shoulder injury which ruled him out of the Spanish GP , but he has since

Alex Rins says he will evaluate after the MotoGP Portuguese Grand Prix whether he will need an operation on the shoulder he injured at the start of the 2020 season.

a man wearing a hat: Alex Rins, Team Suzuki MotoGP © MotoGP Alex Rins, Team Suzuki MotoGP

The Suzuki rider was ruled out of the Spanish GP in July when a crash in qualifying left him with a broken and dislocated right shoulder - an injury the after-effects of which plagued much of his season.

Rins crashed at the start of FP2 at the Algarve International Circuit on Friday and aggravated his previously damaged shoulder.

"FP2 was a disaster because I had this small crash on the beginning of the session in the third lap," Rins said on Friday.

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Cal Crutchlow and Alex Rins say they will evaluate their fitness following Friday practice as they prepare to return to action in the Andalucia MotoGP . With this in mind, Crutchlow admits he will need to evaluate his fitness once he has been out on the bike to determine his competitiveness.

Marquez dislocated his left shoulder while celebrating his fifth MotoGP title on the in-lap of the Motegi race last weekend, and later revealed that it had also happened several He called it his "weak point" of the season , but expects it to be "perfect" and fully recovered just a few months after the operation .

"F***, I think it was the first crash on the right side since the injury and I have a bit of pain on the shoulder but nothing important.

"I was struggling during all the FP2 with this pain on the right corners."

Surprised to be suffering some pain after the crash, Rins admits he will stop off in Barcelona on his way home from Portugal to see famed MotoGP doctor Xavier Mir to assess whether he will need surgery.

"And about the operation, my plans are after the race I will take the car and I will drive to Andorra, my home, but before I will stop in Barcelona to see doctor Mir and analyse if it's good or not to get the operation, if it's necessary or not.

"And then let's see, if it's necessary I will take it as soon as possible.

"He has a good team. He always makes all my operations, so if I need to get the operation, I will stay with him."

Rins ended Friday's running in Portugal 17th on the combined timesheets as a result of his crash, but feels he could have been inside the provisional Q2 places without his spill.

The Suzuki rider aggravating his shoulder hasn't come at the best moment, as he looks to end the season in runner-up spot - something he admitted on Thursday would be a "dream come true".

Should he achieve it, it will mark Suzuki's first 1-2 in the riders' championship since the 1981 500cc campaign when title winner Marco Lucchinelli headed teammate Randy Mamola.

MotoGP Portimao FT2: Ducati best time, Valentino Rossi only penultimate after a crash .
© Motorsport Images Johann Zarco took the lead in the final phase Johann Zarco (Avintia-Ducati) sat in the second practice session for the MotoGP season finale in Portimao strong in scene and secured the best time ( to FT2 result ). Zarco lapped the course in 1: 39.417 minutes and was thus slightly faster than Maverick Vinales (Yamaha) and Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia). As in the FT1, the 22 pilots were able to train longer than usual in the FT2.

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