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Miller: Claims MotoGP title illegitimate without Marquez are 'complete crock'

Jack Miller says claims that a MotoGP title win against an injured Marc Marquez would be illegitimate are a "complete crock" as all riders "have the opportunity to get injured". Reigning world champion Marquez broke his right arm in a heavy crash in last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix and had been set to miss this weekend's Andalusian GP at Jerez following surgery on Tuesday. However, he has been declared fit after confirming his intentions to make a sensational return. In the immediate aftermath of Marquez's incident, Honda team boss Alberto Puig courted controversy when he said a rider benefitting from Marquez's injury to win the title couldn't be "completely...
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