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2020 MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix session timings and preview

MotoGP completes its latest triple-header with a second consecutive race at Aragon, the first-ever Teruel Grand Prix. Following yet another dramatic MotoGP race in the most unpredictable of seasons, Alex Rins became the eighth different winner across the opening ten races in the first Aragon encounter, while Suzuki team-mate Joan Mir claimed the riders' world championship lead thanks to his rostrum finish coupled with erstwhile points leader Fabio Quartararo dropping down to 18th place in the Aragon GP. The factory Yamaha squad will be without Valentino Rossi following his positive COVID-19 test which had already ruled him out of the Aragon GP, while reigning MotoGP world champion Marc...
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