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MotoGP Andalusia Grand Prix - How to watch, start time & more

After waiting almost four months for MotoGP racing to return, the action comes thick and fast with the Andalusia Grand Prix. Here's how and when you can watch the race. Following a dramatic 2020 MotoGP opener last weekend, where Marc Marquez crashed out and suffered a broken arm, Fabio Quartararo charged to his maiden MotoGP victory. The Petronas SRT Yamaha rider has continued his fine start to the season with pole position for the Andalusia GP, the second part of the Jerez double-header, as Maverick Vinales pushed him close but ultimately lost out after exceeding track limits during his final qualifying lap. Marquez attempted a brave comeback following Tuesday's surgery on his broken...
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