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Marquez says he will 'sleep well' after attempting to ride in Andalusian MotoGP race

Reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez says he will "sleep well" knowing he couldn't successfully race in this weekend's Andalusian Grand Prix with his arm injury. The Honda rider broke his right humerus in a heavy crash in last weekend's Spanish GP, and underwent surgery on Tuesday. Believing he could ride at Jerez this weekend for the second round of 2020, Marquez returned to Andalusia from Barcelona and passed the medical exam on Thursday - though sat out Friday as part of a compromise with Honda. Riding in FP3 and FP4 on Saturday, Marquez managed a total of 28 laps across the sessions and was "surprised" at being able to lap in the 1m37s bracket. However, in...
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