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Bradl claims he'll complete 2020 MotoGP season in place of Marquez

Stefan Bradl claims he will see out the 2020 MotoGP season, meaning injured world champion Marc Marquez will not return for the final three rounds. Marquez broke his right arm in a crash during July's Spanish Grand Prix at the start of the season and has been out since. The Honda rider attempted to stage a comeback at the second Jerez race just days after surgery, but was forced to abandon this after qualifying, and subsequently required a second operation when he rebroke the plate in his arm. Honda confirmed in August he would be out until at least the end of October, though there were rumours he would be back on the bike at either of the Aragon races. HRC test rider Bradl has been...
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