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Rain hampers MotoGP testing at new Argentina track
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A group of four MotoGP riders have spent this week doing promotional duties in the country, which will host the world championship again from 2014 to at least 2016, with two days of testing to conclude it. LCR Honda rider Stefan Bradl's 1m44.188s from 
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Sport broadcasting in New Zealand continues to fracture with MotoGP shifting to free-to-air television. The New Zealand broadcast rights for the rest of the 2013 MotoGP motorcycle racing season have been secured by Sommet Sports TV. The new Freeview 
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Argentina MotoGP test times – Friday 4pm
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Four MotoGP and two Moto2 riders are attending the test – being used to gather data, assess the suitability of the facilities and promote MotoGP ahead of the circuit's race debut on the 2014 calendar. Argentina last hosted a Motorcycle Grand Prix in

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Doctors often say that no two patients are alike and, in GP circles, they add that no two broken collarbones are alike either. MotoGP title leader Dani Pedrosa has on two occasions needed several weeks to mend after a collarbone operation, while

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