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Marquez: LCR MotoGP switch won't be like 'starting from zero'

Alex Marquez says his switch to the LCR Honda squad for the 2021 MotoGP season won't be like "starting from zero" as he already knows the team well. The 2019 Moto2 world champion tested for LCR in Valencia last year ahead of his factory team debut in 2020, and will work with ex-Cal Crutchlow crew chief Christophe Bourguignon in 2021. Honda made its decision to move Marquez to LCR as a factory-contracted rider before he'd made his MotoGP debut at the Repsol-backed outfit, but Marquez has never felt like the move was hasty. After a difficult start to 2020, Marquez came on strong in the second half of the year and scored Honda's only podiums with a brace of seconds at the French and...
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