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First races 'almost like tests' for Marquez, Honda

Marc Marquez and Honda may have made a last-minute breakthrough at the end of MotoGP pre-season testing in Qatar, but they still need to do 'a bit of a reset and come up with a new plan' for the delayed season-opener at Jerez. Following the coronavirus shutdown, the Spanish circuit is awaiting the green light from the government to hold two successive MotoGP rounds on July 19 and 24. Marquez's crew chief Santi Hernandez feels the first of those events and perhaps also the second will be 'like new tests' as the Repsol Honda team plots a revised course after winter cornering problems were traced to the latest aerodynamics. "A little of what worries us is that after the Qatar Test, we...
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