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Andalusia MotoGP: Marquez withdraws from second Jerez race due to arm injury

Marc Marquez has withdrawn from the remainder of the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix due to the broken arm he recently had surgery on. The reigning world champion suffered a heavy accident in last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez and broke the humerus bone in his right arm as a result. He underwent surgery in Barcelona on Tuesday and was expected to miss this weekend's second Jerez outing, with his Honda team having packed up his side of the garage. However, Marquez returned to Jerez in an attempt to ride this weekend and was passed fit by MotoGP medical staff on Thursday. As a compromise with Honda, Marquez sat out Friday's running as a precaution and returned to action on Saturday...
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