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Formula One's landmark 1,000th race took place in Shanghai on Sunday, underlining China's growing role as the sport's US-based owner looks to Asia.
This year's rally, held entirely in Peru, was won by Qatar's Nasser Saleh Al Attiyah, now a three-time champion, in a Toyota.
Suzuki rider Rins held off a ferocious challenge from Italy's Valentino Rossi over the closing stages to take the chequered flag at Austin's Circuit of the Americas in Texas.
Competitors from 10 nations will take part in the second round of the regional rally series on April 25-27.
Max Verstappen of Red Bull was fourth and Charles Leclerc in the second Ferrari was fifth.
The 21-year-old Dutchman will start the Chinese Grand Prix fifth in his Red Bull, but made clear he felt he could have challenged for third on the grid.
Sebastian Vettel was third-fastest for Mercedes' arch-rivals Ferrari for the race in Shanghai, the 1,000th grand prix in Formula One.
The Finn pipped Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel by just 0.027secs ahead of Sunday's 1,000th race.
The Spaniard has won at Austin from pole every year since its arrival on the calendar in 2013.
The 21-year-old from Monaco goes into the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday -- the 1,000th world championship race -- widely touted as the next big thing to grace the sport.
The Mercedes star from Britain is facing multiple challenges this season, primarily from Ferrari, who go into the third race of the season with the fastest car.
The supremely talented 21-year-old upstaged five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton in Bahrain but ultimately limped home third when his Ferrari lost power with 10 laps left.
In 70 seasons, Formula One has visited 32 countries across five continents and a street circuit in Vietnam will be the newest addition next year.