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Marquez slammed for “lack of respect” towards rivals

MotoGP pundits were unanimous in their criticism of Marc Marquez in Sunday’s race in Argentina, with former World Superbike star James Toseland slating him for “a lack of respect” to other riders. Speaking on UK broadcaster BT Sport’s post-race show, Toseland and fellow World Superbike champions Neil Hodgson and Colin Edwards took turns in criticizing Honda star Marquez’s actions after he was involved in multiple collisions with rival riders – including Yamaha's Valentino Rossi. “There was one corner that was wet, and it was that [penultimate] corner,” said Toseland. “And everyone [Marquez] tried to pass, he was doing it there. "Everywhere else was pretty safe to...
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