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World champion Marc Marquez arrives in Argentina for Sunday's third leg of the MotoGP championship with a spring in his step after dominating last weekend's Grand Prix of the Americas.The Honda star, who reeled off wins in the first 10 races last year, was back in business in the Texas state capital Austin after a sluggish season-opening fifth in Qatar.The 22-year-old is lying third in the standings, with 36 points, five behind nine-time champion Valentino Rossi, who came fourth last weekend to add to his victory at Losail.At 36, Rossi is no spring chicken in MotoGP terms but the charismatic London-based Italian is rolling back the years at Yamaha after a frustrating spell at Ducati.He said: "I'm happy to go to Argentina because I like the track.
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