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Stoner: MotoGP currently lacking 'next level' without Marquez

Marc Marquez's stint on the sidelines has left MotoGP lacking its "next level", according to world champion Casey Stoner. Honda star Marquez is facing at least another two months as he recovers from a broken arm sustained during the Spanish Grand Prix, after an initial comeback attempt at the Andalusian GP left him needing a second operation. His absence has paved the way for some new winners in the class, Fabio Quartararo, Brad Binder and Miguel Oliveira all racking up maiden victories. However the unpredictable start to the pandemic-affected season hasn't impressed retired Ducati ace Stoner, who thinks the series is missing its "next level" without Marquez on the...
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