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Punishing MotoGP Andalusian GP 'toughest race my life' – Pol Espargaro

KTM MotoGP rider Pol Espargaro says the Andalusian Grand Prix at Jerez was "the toughest race of my life", having felt like the heat was "beating me" at one stage. Temperatures for Sunday's second round of the 2020 campaign touched a miserable 40 degrees Celsius, with the 60 degree track temperature making circuit conditions tricky as only 13 of the 21 runners finished. Espargaro had to fight through from 12th on the grid after a crash in qualifying, but a mistake on lap one at the last corner meant he got stuck behind the Ducati of Danilo Petrucci and his brother Aleix on the Aprilia. The KTM rider says he drained himself after just a handful of laps behind them due to...
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