MotoGP » Moto2: Marc Marquez delays 2012 debut


Moto2 title runner-up Marc Marquez delays his return to action.

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sidthekid - Unregistered

February 03, 2012 9:14 PM

He was dangerous when he could see properly. Probably a big sigh of relief from the rest of the paddock with this news. I do hope he makes a full recovery though, he IS a talent, maybe this whole episode will calm him down a bit?

TheKingofHB

February 03, 2012 9:50 PM

What he lacks with speed of recovery, he makes up riding a motorcycle. What is awful is that the accident was 100% someone else's fault! I'm worried that another bang on his head would end his career. Get back strong Marc!

McLarenP

February 04, 2012 11:06 AM

The accident might not have been Marc's fault, but look how many incidents he has been responsible for!! What kind of damage have the riders he has collided with had to put up with?? Look at how Marc torpedo'd into whatsisname and shunted him off the his bike and the track!!! Marc is a good rider, but irresponsible and careless with no "race manners"! I have seen a lot of bad moves from this young lad and it needs nipped in the bud. Maybe this is a wake up call!!

MiniMoto - Unregistered

February 05, 2012 3:06 PM

The last time a rider was told to calm down was not so long ago. Now they are no longer with us. There is a very very thin line between arrogance and pure talent.If you dont push yourself to the limits and beyond then a back marker you will stay.Im sure incidents that Marc has caused are not intentional and would not like to cause harm to others or himself. His 125 years are just magical and stuff of legends. Corporate world back off and let him ride.

DominicR

February 05, 2012 5:21 PM

Recovery from eve surgery take a lot of time and the healing process is very sensitive to movement. A hit to his head would re-open the healing tissue.

I'm just wondering what is causing the double vision: -is it nerve damage, direct eve damage or brain damage? I mean, if they correct the properties of the eye by means of surgery, what happens is nerves or other stuff continues to change, then they have kind of compensated his vision for a slowly moving target.

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