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Marquez claims second consecutive MotoGP win, first at right-hand circuit

Marc Marquez has taken his third MotoGP win of the year, but more importantly for him, it’s a first win at a right-handed circuit since Motegi 2019.  Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Marquez, who had previously struggled at right-hand tracks including Misano a month ago, was immediately in with a chance of fighting factory Ducati riders Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller after coming from seventh to third in eight corners.  Marquez was then aided in his attempt to claim a second consecutive win as Miller crashed at turn 15.  From there on in Marquez continued to sit behind Bagnaia without being able to get...
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