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Honda not replacing injured Marquez for second Spanish MotoGP race

Honda will not replace the injured Marc Marquez in this weekend's MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix, with the reigning world champion ruled out of the second race at Jerez. Marquez suffered a vicious highside crash at Turn 3 on lap 22 of Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix and sustained a broken right arm as a result. The Honda rider will travel to Barcelona on Monday to have an operation on Tuesday, and will miss this weekend's second round of the delayed 2020 campaign at Jerez. Marquez hopes to be able to return for the Czech Grand Prix at the start of August, though Marquez's doctor, Xavier Mir, admits his recovery could be delayed by a further three to four weeks if he has damaged the radial nerve....
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