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Rossi "exaggerated" in Marquez outburst, says Agostini

Valentino Rossi “exaggerated” in his critique of Marc Marquez in Argentina and was wrong to suggest the Honda rider hit him deliberately, says grand prix motorcycling legend Giacomo Agostini. Yamaha man Rossi pulled no punches when addressing the media after Marquez made contact with him in the latter stages at Termas de Rio Hondo and caused him to crash. It reopened the bitter feud between the pair sparked at Sepang in 2015, with Rossi accusing Marquez of intentionally aiming for his leg with his bike and “destroying our sport” with his aggressive riding. Marquez denied Rossi’s allegations and insisted his attempt to pass the Italian after an earlier ride-through penalty was...
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