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Marquez 'in a different position' heading to unbeaten MotoGP track

Marc Marquez hasn't been beaten at the Sachsenring since 2009 in the 125cc category, kicking off a ten-race winning streak – that includes all seven of his German MotoGP class appearances – the following year. The run would have ended last season when the Repsol Honda rider was sidelined with a broken arm, but Sachsenring was dropped from the shortened Covid calendar. The Spaniard returns to Germany this weekend with a best finish of seventh from his five races this season, crashing out in the last three events while battling rear grip problems with his RCV and a continued lack of strength in his right arm and shoulder. Throw in Honda's longest premier-class losing streak since 1982...
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