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Britain's John McPhee 'proving' he can make Moto2 jump next year

Petronas Sprinta Moto3 rider John McPhee feels he is "proving the performance is there" to make the step to Moto2 in 2021. Britain's McPhee made his full-time debut in Moto3 in 2013 and has since won two grands prix in the lightweight class, becoming the first Scottish rider to win a race in any grand prix class since Bob McIntyre in 1962. Remaining with the Petronas-backed Sepang Racing outfit in Moto3 for the second-successive season, McPhee currently sits third in the standings and 10 points adrift of leader Albert Arenas having scored two podiums from the first three rounds. Though yet to discuss future plans, 26-year-old McPhee now has his sights set on a Moto2 step next...
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