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Honda has made MotoGP engine breakthrough - Marquez

Marc Marquez believes Honda made a breakthrough with its MotoGP engine during the final day of the Phillip Island test. Despite being quickest on the Wednesday and second quickest on Thursday, the World Champion expressed concerns over the behaviour of the engine and electronics over the first two days of running in Australia. However, the Spaniard says he and Honda made a genuine breakthrough with its package during Friday's 96 laps of testing, which saw him slot into second behind runaway pacesetter Maverick Vinales. “We found a small road, a small way,” Marquez said. “Every day I was telling the same, we are missing something on the electronics, on the engine. But today,...
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