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Why Marquez's MotoGP title defence isn't over yet

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Why Marquez's MotoGP title defence isn't over yet
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Jul 20, 2020, 11:01 AM

Marc Marquez's MotoGP title defence already looks in tatters after suffering a broken arm in a heavy crash during the Spanish Grand Prix. But Marquez has proven before that, no matter the situation, he can never be truly ruled out of the fight.

Marquez's heavy crash on lap 22 of Sunday's Jerez race has blown the doors off of the 2020 MotoGP title fight, as the reigning world champion's participation in this week's Grand Prix of Andalusia is in serious doubt owing to a broken right arm.

The Honda rider will be in Barcelona on Monday with the view to having surgery to have the bone fixed on Tuesday, but the severity of the injury remains unknown.

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Series MotoGP
Event Spanish GP
Drivers Marc Marquez Shop Now
Teams Repsol Honda Team
Author Lewis Duncan