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British GP caps off third MotoGP race on the spin

British GP caps off third MotoGP race on the spin

The triple-header following MotoGP’s summer break comes to an end at Silverstone with this weekend’s British Grand Prix, which is set to be hotly contested as the field try to find a way past the near-unstoppable Marc Marquez of Repsol Honda.

The 20-year-old Spaniard – firmly at the top of the championship after taking four successive victories since Germany – remains the man to beat, with his team-mate Dani Pedrosa and reigning champion Yamaha Factory Racing’s Jorge Lorenzo keen to claw back points in their respective title bids. Sunday’s main race starts at 7pm Cambodian time.

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