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Moto3 San Marino: McPhee charges to victory as points leader Arenas crashes

John McPhee came from 17th on the grid to win a dramatic Moto3 San Marino Grand Prix to get back into championship contention after points leader Albert Arenas crashed. McPhee's participation in this weekend's San Marino GP was in doubt after an inconclusive COVID-19 test pre-weekend - though a third test carried out on Thursday confirmed he did not have the virus. Polesitter Ai Ogura grabbed the holeshot on his Team Asia Honda, though 2019 Misano winner Tatsuki Suzuki scythed up the inside of his at Turn 2. A collision triggered by EG 0,0's Sergio Garcia - for which he was handed a long-lap penalty - at Turn 4 took out Celestino Vietti (Sky VR46) and Ajo KTM's Raul Fernandez, while...
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