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Moto3 Andalusia: Suzuki wins as points leader Arenas crashes heavily

Tatsuki Suzuki claimed his second-ever Moto3 victory after beating John McPhee in the Andalusian Grand Prix at Jerez on Sunday, as championship leader Albert Arenas crashed out. Suzuki led the field from pole position for the second weekend in a row, but - after dropping the order in the first Jerez race, which led SIC58 Squadra Corse team boss Paolo Simoncelli to label his performance "embarrassing" - appeared to have the measure of his rivals this time. Although the SIC58 Squadra Corse rider was unable to shake off the competition and was often passed by rivals, he never ceded the lead for more than half a lap. With six laps to go, Suzuki managed to pull away from the field by...
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