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Crutchlow wins chaotic Argentina race, Marquez 18th after penalty

Cal Crutchlow took victory in a chaotic Argentina MotoGP race, while Honda stablemate Marc Marquez finished 18th following a late penalty for a collision with Valentino Rossi. The 25-lap race was delayed as all bar pole man Jack Miller entered pitlane just moments before lights out to switch from wet tyres to slicks – the Australian already fitted with dry tyres. Miller held onto pole, while the rest were placed four rows further back in original order, as the rules state a rider must start from last should they start the warm-up lap from the pits. The Pramac rider's advantage made sure he led the opening lap of the race, though Marquez – who had stalled on the grid but...
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