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- Marc Marquez has a disappointing start to the Grand Prix season after crashing out at Qatar. The Repsol rider had a bad start that forced him to increase his pace in the first laps, which caused a crash were he was thrown in the air on the fast right corner number 5. Fortunately, he was unharmed, despite the spectacular fall. “I’m fine, though I’m angry with myself because the team had done a great job for this Grand Prix,” said Marquez. “I hope everything goes better in Jerez.”
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