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2020 MotoGP Andalucia Grand Prix session timings and preview

Having waited four months for the 2020 MotoGP season to start, the action continues at a frantic pace with the second round of the Jerez double-header, the Andalucia Grand Prix. In a drastically reshuffled campaign, Jerez will host the first-ever Andalucia GP, which acts as the second part of the back to back races at Jerez following a dramatic Spanish GP last weekend. Reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez will be out of action after suffering a broken arm in a heavy crash during last Sunday's race, with Repsol Honda opting not to field a replacement rider for the second round. With the participations of both Cal Crutchlow and Alex Rins also in doubt due to their respective injuries...
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