Rins: "If it rains a lot, we will propose to run on Monday"

Álex Rins expresses out loud the great concern that many riders have if they have to race in the wet in Austria and gives the alternative of delaying a whole day.

Rins:-"If-it-rains-a-lot-we-will-propose-to-run-on-Monday"

Watch out for the warning that Álex Rins has launched in his appearance with the journalists, via video call, from the paddock of the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, where this weekend the Styrian GP is taking place, the second in a row that is done on this track in two weeks. "If it rains a lot, we will propose the possibility of racing on Monday", said the Suzuki after finishing seventh, just behind his teammate Mir and 0.371 of the head, which Pol Espargaró has occupied ahead of the Ducati of Jack Miller and Andrea Dovzioso.

The Spanish rider thus expresses aloud the great concern that many riders have if they have to run in the wet in Austria and gives the alternative of delaying a whole day, as happened in Qatar in 2009. The Suzuki rider is very clear about his arguments : "This is one of the most dangerous tracks in water and the forecasts give a lot of water for Sunday, although last Sunday they also gave water and in the end it did not rain" .

That is the hope, that it does not rain, but the weather is very changeable in the Red Bull Ring, which is nestled in a beautiful valley. For this race, the wall with the air defenses inside Turn 3 has been extended, in the hope that this will serve to slow down the bikes that can get there and what happened with them will not happen again. those of Zarco and Morbidelli, who were like projectiles against Maverick and Rossi, who were struck by a pure miracle. Everyone knows that this is insufficient, but also the only thing that could be done in four days. Ideally, the route should be changed and that slight curve 2 will be modified to convert that step into a straight that does not complicate the arrival of the braking of turn 3. This will be discussed in the safety committee.

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