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Remembering the day the MotoGP game changed

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Remembering the day the MotoGP game changed
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Apr 21, 2020, 9:28 AM

On this day in 2013, a 20-year-old Spaniard etched himself into the MotoGP history books and, in the process, changed the nature of the category forever. Six titles in seven years later, Marc Marquez is motorcycle racing's unquestioned king

When Black Sabbath released their eponymous debut record in 1970 out of the grime and thick metallic air of industrial Birmingham, it was a sound no one had ever heard before and proved to be the genesis of heavy metal. From that point, rock music changed forever, with that influence inspiring the likes of Iron Maiden and Metallica which continue to sell out arenas and stadiums worldwide to this day.

It's one of many moments in history that defined and expanded on the genre to what we know today (and, while I'm sure there are probably more significant moments in music history, I don't care for those as much as I do Black Sabbath).

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