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PODIUM FOR JOAN MIR AFTER TRAGIC MUGELLO WEEKEND

The MotoGP™ race at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello got underway under a dark cloud after the tragic death of young Moto3 rider, Jason Dupasquier, was announced. Riders and members of the paddock gathered together on the grid ahead of the 23 lap race to pay their respects to the Swiss rider with a one minute’s silence.
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Joan Mir, “neither for nor against” the holeshot system

The Spanish Joan Mir (Suzuki GSX RR), current MotoGP world champion, said before the start of the MotoGP French Grand Prix at the Le Mans circuit that he is “neither in favor nor against” the holeshot system. “I believe that each factory will think the best for them and in...
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Profile: MotoGP World Champion Joan Mir, In The April Issue

Featured In the April 2021 issue of Roadracing World:. Reigning MotoGP World Champion Joan Mir came into 2021 bursting for a fight with Marc Marquez, the man whose crown he stole. Last season Mir came out of nowhere to win racing’s biggest prize while his fellow Spaniard languished at home, nursing a broken arm.
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MotoGP Sparks Fly Between World Champion Joan Mir And Jack Miller

When you’re a MotoGP-level racer, you’re constantly pushing the limits of yourself, your machine, the track, and everything else. Whatever combination of skills, talent, and training got you there, every race is a chance to prove just how good you, your machine, and your team are. Tensions are high, and elbow-to-elbow racing is a given.
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The Fundació Joan Miró presents Miró-ADLAN. An Archive of Modernity (1932-1936)

BARCELONA.- In November 1932, the association known as ADLAN (Amics de l’Art Nou [Friends of New Art]) was born in Barcelona, gathering members of the Catalan petite bourgeoisie who championed a new cultural modernity. From then until June 1936, right before the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, ADLAN organized over fifty events in an intense, heterogeneous program committed to all creative disciplines: painting, architecture, literature, chamber music, jazz, circus, film, dance, photography, etc. Their gatherings were private and held in alternative spaces, yet achieved a high public profile, partly due to their impact on the press of that time. Artists of the stature of Alexander Calder, Man Ray, Hans Arp, Remedios Varo, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí showed their work under the auspices of ADLAN. Linked by ties of friendship with its promoters and an honorary member since 1933, Joan Miró became the beacon and the standardbearer for the group, showing his most recent work on five occasions and collaborating actively in all the projects that were carried out over those years in which creative freedom was a primary objective.
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World MotoGP Champion Joan Mir opens up about his winter break

Suzuki’s defending World MotoGP™ Champion Joan Mir opens up about his winter break, taking stock of his achievement, plus his mind-set approaching the 2021 season that begins in Qatar later this month. QUESTION: How does 2021 look after the long winter break?. JOAN MIR: Well, I guess it’s been good...
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Joan Mir opens up about his winter training regime

Suzuki’s World MotoGP™ Champion Joan Mir opens up in this new Blog about his winter training regime for the new season under COVID-19 protocol, keeping the #36 plate on his GSX-RR rather than the #1; and his thoughts about defending his title in 2021 against what he respects as a strong field of riders alongside team-mate Alex Rins. He says: “My goal is simply to be a better rider…”
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Joan Mir: “I’m The Man To Beat, But I’m Not The Favorite”

For the first time since 2014, a rider prepares to defend the MotoGP title for the first time in their career. But, the circumstances in which Joan Mir is preparing for the 2021 season are very different to who Marc Márquez prepared after he won his first MotoGP title back in 2013.
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The Fundació Joan Miró opens 'Some Direction' by Violeta Mayoral

BARCELONA.- Violeta Mayoral (Almeria, 1988) grew up in the Tabernas desert, a harsh environment that has influenced her gaze. In the selection of photographs presented at the Fundació Joan Miró, the artist situates human experience in the open air, with no ceiling or shelter, in empty, unattainable landscapes which accentuate vulnerability.
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Paddock Pass Podcast #179 – Joan Mir, World Champion

Episode 179 of the Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and this one is our final show of 2020. Naturally, we have something special for you, as we take a look at Joan Mir’s season. On the mics, we have Neil Morrison, Steve English, and our newest member to the show, Adam Wheeler (from the magazine On-Track Off-Road).
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MotoGP world champion Joan Mir wins Autosport's Rider of the Year Award

MotoGP world champion Joan Mir is the winner of Autosport's 2020 Rider of the Year Award. In an incredibly hard-fought and unpredictable season during which nine riders took victories, Mir's consistency lifted him above the opposition. He took his first win in November's European Grand Prix at Valencia and clinched...