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Quartararo: Marquez has 'raised the bar' in terms of fitness in MotoGP

Future factory Yamaha MotoGP rider Fabio Quartararo says reigning world champion Marc Marquez has forced the entire championship to train harder, and has prompted the Frenchman to rethink his approach. Marquez stepped up to MotoGP in 2013 as reigning Moto2 champion, and has since won the title six times in the last seven years and tallied up 56 race victories. In 2014, on his way to his second-successive championship, Marquez won an unprecedented 10 races in succession at the start of the campaign. Well known for his hard training regime, which includes a large amount of time riding flat track and motocross bikes, Marquez has "raised the bar" according to Quartararo - who admits...
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