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Quartararo 'did nothing wrong' to cause Aragon MotoGP FP3 crash

Aragon Grand Prix poleman Fabio Quartararo says his "strange" MotoGP FP3 crash wasn't a result of him unnecessarily pushing in the cold conditions and insists he "did nothing wrong". Quartararo's Saturday almost ended in disaster when he crashed heavily at Turn 14 during the morning practice session. Having been stretchered off track, the Petronas SRT rider was taken to the medical centre for checks. He suffered no broken bones, but still had to contend with pain in his hip. Nevertheless, he secured his 10th MotoGP pole by 0.046 seconds over fellow Yamaha rider and championship rival Maverick Vinales. Explaining the accident, his second of the weekend after a spill in...
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