MotoGP » 125: Marquez crash to first for dramatic Estoril win


Marc Marquez fights back from last at a restarted Portuguese 125cc Grand Prix at Estoril.

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rick65

October 31, 2010 3:58 PM

What a stunning effort by Marquez. Both his starts were unbelievable, his race pace was great and his strategy (against two) was pretty good for one so young. Not sure that sitting up when he could have gone to first was the best strategy but it worked. He deserves to get the points he needs next race.

Tell it like it is - Unregistered

October 31, 2010 4:27 PM

This kid has certainly been the rider of the 125 championship this year and fully deserves to take the title. However i suspect that he would languish mid pack in the Moto 2 class and find it difficult to stand out in that company.
Maybe we shall see.

1050cc - Unregistered

October 31, 2010 5:01 PM

What an awesome display by this kid after the tumble in the sighting lap. Great to see his team and other teams helping to get his bike sorted out at breakneck speed. I wish my dealer serviced my bike that quick!

The Morgue

October 31, 2010 6:01 PM
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Absolutely smahing ride by Marquez, to do that under such a massive amount of stress proves he is the deserved World Champion this year.
His second race start was mindboggling (17th to 4th) and the last lap of the race was equally impressive:)

125 and Moto2 surely beat MotoGP today when it comes to excitement!

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