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My Andalusia GP absence won't devalue 2020 MotoGP title - Marquez

Marc Marquez says his absence from this weekend's Andalusian Grand Prix won't devalue the 2020 MotoGP title should it ultimately cost him a seventh premier class championship. The Honda rider has withdrawn from Sunday's second race at Jerez owing to the right arm he broke in a heavy accident in last Sunday's Spanish GP, having only undergone surgery on Tuesday. After last weekend's race, Honda team boss Alberto Puig stated to Spanish television that another rider winning the 2020 title over Marquez due to his injury couldn't be "completely satisfied". While he later clarified these comments, Marquez insists that a rider's injury is not a rival's "fault" and that the...
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