The Suzuki rider got here from seventh on the grid at Aragon to attain his first podium for the reason that Styrian GP, however ended up near 4 seconds off the victory.
This left Mir unhappy with the consequence as he felt he had tempo sufficient to problem Francesco Bagnaia and Marc Marquez for victory, however says he was restricted by the shortage of acceleration he’s presently battling on a Suzuki which hasn’t developed a lot throughout 2021.
“I’m not likely happy in regards to the third place,” Mir mentioned.
“I believe throughout the weekend we confirmed an excellent tempo to struggle for the victory.
“I believe the worst a part of this race was the start. I attempted to overhaul as many riders as I may, however in some moments I used to be behind Jack [Miller] and behind Aleix [Espargaro], and it was tough to overhaul them.
“Then I managed to overhaul they usually have been actually far on that second.
“Then my tempo was actually just like them, however they have been too far.
“I’m joyful about efficiency, however at present we couldn’t struggle for the victory. That’s why I’m not so joyful, however all the time a podium is a podium.
“With our acceleration, to begin seventh shouldn’t be the most effective factor.
Joan Mir, Workforce Suzuki MotoGP
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“It is tough to overhaul the riders, I’ve to attend for a mistake from the rider I’ve in entrance as a result of if not it’s actually tough for me to overhaul.
“I used to be struggling a bit to cease the bike at present and I used to be dropping loads on the lengthy straight for acceleration. So, it’s one thing we should work on and repair this drawback for Misano.”
Workforce-mate Alex Rins was in a position to work his approach as much as twelfth having certified twentieth at Aragon, however says additional progress was halted by a “unusual” subject along with his exhausting entrance tyre.
“Very, very tough race,” Rins mentioned.
“Within the first half I used to be in a position to overtake a variety of riders initially.
“Then, earlier than going into the lengthy straight within the first laps I used to be making an attempt to overhaul some riders, however taking care in regards to the rear tyre as a result of was super-easy to destroy the tyre.
“Once I overtook Pol Espargaro, I had [Takaaki] Nakagami at 0.4s, 0.7s [ahead] however then one thing unusual occurred.
“I began to really feel just like the entrance was super-difficult to experience, super-difficult to cease the bike, each time I used to be leaning the bike I used to be feeling how the tyre was going and shutting.
“However then I rode [as calm] as I may, after which the final laps behind [Iker] Lecuona, it was so, so tough to overhaul him – he was braking super-late.”