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MotoGP Sepang February Testing
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The Marquez risk Honda has taken with its 2022 MotoGP bike

Marc Marquez made a welcome return to a MotoGP bike in Sepang testing after vision problems following a concussion ruled him out of the final rounds of 2021. But his first experience of riding Honda's new bike underlined a change of philosophy that could hinder a key Marquez strength

MotoGP 2022 is fast speeding towards us as the first pre-season test of the year concluded on Sunday after two days of running at the Sepang International Circuit. Topped outright by Gresini's Enea Bastianini on a 2021-spec Ducati, there were many intriguing revelations and pertinent questions posed up and down the grid.

All of those, in due course, will be covered by Motorsport.com as we begin to make sense of all that lays in front of us ahead of the new campaign beginning on 6 March in Qatar. But for now, the focus is on Honda and the return of Marc Marquez.

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