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Marquez "wouldn't do anything different" in Argentina fightback

Marc Marquez insists he "would not do anything different" were he to repeat last weekend's Argentina MotoGP race in which he collided with Valentino Rossi. The reigning champion was the centre of controversy in Termas de Rio Hondo, where he was penalised for clashing with both Rossi and Aleix Espargaro and causing the former to crash. It came after Marquez was handed a ride-through penalty for illegally starting on the grid after having stalled his bike, which demoted him from the lead to outside the points in the early laps. However, speaking in a press conference in Sao Paulo organised by sponsor Estrella Galicia, the Spaniard insisted he had no regrets about what happened,...
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