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Wet Le Mans MotoGP podium 'doesn't mean that much' – Marquez

Alex Marquez admits his maiden MotoGP podium at the French Grand Prix "doesn't mean that much" as it came in wet conditions, but concedes Honda "really needed it". The rookie came through from 18th on the grid to finish second in a dramatic Le Mans race run in wet conditions, marking his first in the premier class as well as Honda's first one in a difficult 2020 season. Marquez has had little wet weather experience on a MotoGP bike, with Friday's FP1 session and a brief stint on the final day of last November's Jerez test the extent of his knowledge of the conditions. While other wet weather novices in poleman Fabio Quartararo and his title rival Joan Mir struggled to...
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