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MotoGP world championship leader Marc Marquez is hoping home comforts can steer him closer to sealing a third world title when a wide-open season returns to Spain at the Aragon Grand Prix Sunday.Marquez is one of a record eight different riders to win the last eight Grand Prix and holds a comfortable 43-point lead over Italian rival Valentino Rossi with reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo 18 points further back.However, Marquez's lead has been cut after finishing just fourth in his last two outings at the British and San Marino Grand Prix.Marquez won in Aragon during his debut world championship winning season in 2013, but has suffered crashes in each of the past two years.
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