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UPDATE: John McPhee, Jeremy Alcoba get pit lane starts for 'fighting'

UPDATE: John McPhee has released the following statement: "I let my emotions get the better of me in Qatar, having been taken down for the second week in succession as a consequence of another rider’s mistake. "I must apologise for my conduct – I didn’t react well to the incident. "It is an adrenaline-fuelled sport, with obvious inherent danger; having a competitor’s bike strike my head triggered an out-of-character response and I’d like to apologise to the fans, my team, Petronas and our partners. "I accept the penalty and will move onto Portimao focused on the task at hand." John McPhee's nightmare start to the 2021 Moto3 season continues with the...
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