MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi of Italy, left, speaks while Marc Marquez of Spain looks on during a press conference ahead of Sunday's Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix in Sepang, Malaysia, Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015. (AP Photo/Joshua Paul)
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Yamaha Tuesday hit back at rivals Honda for claiming Italian star Valentino Rossi kicked Marc Marquez off his bike during the Malaysian Grand Prix.Rossi has appealed the decision and a hearing will be held 48 hours before Sunday's race, which could see Rossi's seven-point lead over Spanish rival Jorge Lorenzo come under threat.Rossi has denied kicking defending champion Marquez, claiming he is the victim of a Spanish plot.Japanese constructor Honda claimed their technical data proves Rossi kicked Marquez's machine.
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