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2020 MotoGP Austrian Grand Prix session timings and preview

MotoGP heads on to the Red Bull Ring and the first of two consecutive races starting with the Austrian Grand Prix. Following a shock victory for Brad Binder and KTM at the Czech GP last time out, all predictions are off for the fourth round of the reshuffled 2020 MotoGP season. Despite being one of many riders to suffer with grip issues at Brno, Fabio Quartararo was still able to extend his early championship lead to 17 points over fellow Yamaha rider Maverick Vinales. Marc Marquez remains out of action following his second surgery to fix a titanium plate in his right arm, with Stefan Bradl filling in again, with the defending champion potentially back in action for Repsol Honda in the...
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