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Espargaro: MotoGP medical checks good enough to ensure rider safety

Aleix Espargaro believes the advancements MotoGP has made in its fitness checks is good enough to allow injured riders to decide it is safe enough for them to return. The Spanish Grand Prix weekend saw three riders suffer big injuries, with LCR's Cal Crutchlow fracturing his left wrist in warm-up, Suzuki's Alex Rins fracturing and dislocating his left shoulder in qualifying and Marc Marquez breaking his right arm in the race. Crutchlow and Marquez had surgery on their injuries on Tuesday and have since been passed fit to ride, while Rins began his rehabilitation immediately. Marquez's decision to return has drawn some criticism, with some believing the decision should be taken more out of...
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