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Giacomo Agostini says Valentino Rossi is 'exaggerating' accusations against Marc Marquez

15-times world champion Giacomo Agostini says Valentino Rossi's accusations that Marc Marquez deliberately targeted him in the Argentina MotoGP race are 'not true' and 'exaggerated'. Marquez collided with Rossi at Turn 13 in the closing stages of the Argentine Grand Prix, forcing the Italian onto the wet grass where he crashed. Rossi rejoined to finish 19th, while Marquez – who had been handed a ride-through penalty earlier in the race for failing to start from pitlane after stalling his bike on the grid – was given a 30-second penalty post-race, dropping him from fifth to 18th. Marquez was accused by Rossi of “destroying the sport” and...
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