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World champion Marc Marquez swept back to the top of the MotoGP standings by a single point on Sunday after running away with his home Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez.The Honda rider led from the first corner to chequered flag, heading a Spanish one-two-three with Suzuki's Alex Rins 1.654 seconds behind as runner-up and Maverick Vinales third for Yamaha.Marquez, who crashed while leading in the previous round in Texas, started third on the grid and now has 70 points after his second win of the campaign.

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