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‘Difficult to keep the lap time, stay on the bike’ - Nakagami

Two of the standout riders in 2020 Takaaki Nakagami and Alex Marquez have had two consecutive weekends to forget in Qatar, as they hope a return to Europe can bring better results.  Both riders have struggled to fight for top ten finishes at Losail, while crashes have plagued their early season.  Through testing and both race weekends so far, no one has crashed more than Marquez which has been especially surprising given his impressive rookie season.  For Nakagami, it's also been a difficult start to the season after his best year yet in 2020. With both riders expected to kick on in 2021, it has so far been very much the opposite, as front end problems seem to be a recurring issue with...
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