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The landscape looks different to last year, when Marquez got 13 wins for his Repsol Honda team, with the field looking closer and Ducati making a strong comeback.At last week's final test at Qatar's Losail circuit, the top 14 riders were separated by less than one second.While Lorenzo's Yamaha team are looking to mount more of a challenge, Ducati have impressed with a Desmosedici GP15 bike that looks set to end the Italian manufacturer's five-year winless streak.Injury-prone Pedrosa, 29, has been eclipsed by teammate Marquez since the younger Spaniard's sensational debut and will want to show that Honda were right to renew his contract for two more years.
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