Rins would be willing to take team orders for Mir

"If I don't have a chance to win, of course I would try to help Joan. It's something I already did at Honda in Moto3, with Álex Márquez," recalls the Suzuki man.

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How good it was for Suzuki that its two riders, Mir and Rins, were on the podium in Montmeló, second and third, and not only because 12 + 1 years had passed since the previous time they had two of their own in the cajón (Vermeulen and Hopkins, also second and third in San Marino 2007). That meeting at the foot of the podium on the Catalan track served for Joan and Álex to congratulate each other and give each other a heartfelt hug with which to improve their nonexistent relationship up to that moment. As it would not be good that hug that Rins has recognized in the press conference of the French GP that he would have no problem accepting team orders, if necessary, to help his boxing partner in his fight for the title.The first to speak about these hypothetical team orders was Mir, who said: "Nothing can be said in this regard now, because Alex also has a chance to win at this moment. Another thing is that in the last two races a driver do not have title options and the other one does. In that case, of course there will be team orders when the time comes. "

When Rins was asked about it, he replied: "Yes, of course. If I don't have a chance to win the championship, of course I would try to help Joan. It's something I already did at Honda in Moto3, with Álex Márquez, and It makes no sense otherwise. If you want to make the team rise to the top, and you no longer have a chance to win the championship, of course you have to help your teammate ".

Between the two of them, a Quartararo was at the press conference, who played a trick at the end of Rins to put a note of humor and laugh together. "I would try to give him a small bribe," said the overall leader, eight points ahead of Mir. And Zarco, who was behind them, added: "We all live in Andorra, so all the money comes from the same bank. It would only be a change of hands." And Quartararo finished: "Better all in cash" .



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