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Marc Marquez leads, falls twice, 'angry with myself'

After battling with a lack of strength in his healing arm at the two previous races of his MotoGP comeback, Marc Marquez snatched the lead of Sunday's French MotoGP from Fabio Quartararo as rain sent riders diving into the pits for wet bikes on lap 5 of 27. It was the first time Marquez had led a MotoGP race since July 2020 at Jerez, where he had first fractured his right arm, and it put him on course to potentially prevent Honda's longest-ever losing streak since returning to the premier-class in 1982. But Marquez, winner of MotoGP's previous flag-to-flag race at Brno 2017, lasted just three laps at the front before being flipped into a highside at the final corner. Springing to his...
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