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Wayne Rainey Q&A: Why a short MotoGP season without Marquez still counts

The news that MotoGP champion Marc Marquez is set to miss several races after a second surgery on his broken arm presents a huge opportunity for his rivals. But any claims that the 2020 season will be devalued simply don't wash with three-time 500cc world champion Wayne Rainey, as he told LEWIS DUNCAN Much has been made of Marc Marquez's crash which resulted in a broken right arm at the Spanish Grand Prix, and his subsequent absence from the MotoGP Andalusian GP, which some believe will devalue the title should another rider usurp him this season. That reality looks more likely now, after Honda confirmed Marquez had to undergo a second operation on his arm after the plate suffered stress...
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