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Mir: Maiden MotoGP crown not devalued by Marquez absence

Newly crowned 2020 MotoGP world champion Joan Mir says people who suggest his title has been devalued because of Marc Marquez's absence "don't know much about motorcycles". Mir finished Sunday's Valencia Grand Prix in seventh having started 12th, which was enough for him to seal the 2020 title with a round to spare. The Suzuki rider's triumph comes in one of MotoGP's most unpredictable seasons, which began with reigning champion Marquez being ruled out through a broken arm suffered at the Spanish GP. At the time, this caused some to question the legitimacy of the 2020 title, though Marquez himself refuted this back in July. Mir has been the most consistent campaigner in 2020,...
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