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Marquez: 2022 bike a big difference, one of the biggest since I joined Honda

After a hard-fought fourth place in Misano, Marc Marquez is aiming to go a few steps better at COTA, a race he’s won six out of seven times in MotoGP.  Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP While Marquez remains less than fully fit, the Honda rider has continued to make strides forward whether it be at favoured tracks like Aragon (finished second) or Misano, a track much tougher on the right arm.  Therefore another big performance could and probably should be expected from Marquez, no less because the eight-time world champion is expecting to go well in Austin.  "Yeah, I mean the approach to the weekend...
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