MotoGP » Marc Marquez is 2012 Moto2 champion


Moto2 star Marc Marquez becomes a double grand prix world champion at Phillip Island in Australia.

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seenit - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 7:58 AM

@le0n
don,t know what races you were watching but I saw Marques pass all around the track mostly on corners and some of those passes I saw live. So get your facts right or are you setting up Marc to be the replacement for stoner to moan about. Ducati spent more money on their bike than Honda but had bad feed back.

Hksooie1 - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 9:40 AM

With a control engine, you put a dwarf on a bike that's a reasonable rider and he instantly has an advantage. Hope he doesn't drop the gp bike, coz he'll never lift it! Lol

The truth hurts. - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 11:36 AM

Cant wait to see Marquez in the premier class next year.He has shown his steel and determination in the Moto2 class and why he was chosen to replace Stoner.A few feathers will be ruffled over the next few season i reckon.
How long will it take for him to become the new "Man to Hate" for the yellow brigade?
Not long!

Fox44

October 28, 2012 12:32 PM

Very fast and will in all probability do well next year, but doesn't seem to have a great deal of regard or respect for his fellow riders.

Can't wait to see him try and pull a move like the one he did on Luthi at the beginning of the season on the likes of Rossi,Crutchlow, De Puniet or Jorge.

The line between aggressive racing and dangerous riding is a fine one and he seems to tip over that line just a little too often.

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