Marquez steers his Honda during the third practice session of the Malaysia MotoGP at the Sepang International circuit.
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Valentino Rossi has been around MotoGP longer than any rider and reckons the fans could be in for a thriller in 2018, the 39-year-old Italian's 23rd racing season and 19th in the top flight.Despite his Yamaha works team having a tricky preseason, Rossi can still hope to be among the leading pack, though Honda's defending champion Marc Marquez and Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso remain the men to beat.Rossi's teammate Maverick Vinales, third overall last season, won a rain-delayed race at Losail a year ago but could struggle to repeat that with a bike hampered in testing by electronics issues and lacking grip.
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