MotoGP » Marc Marquez: Racing doubt to double world champion

“The serious injury I suffered a year ago could have taken me away from racing forever”- Marc Marquez.

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DominicR - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 9:54 AM

I will also bet my money on this guy for next year. This guy possess the determination, skill and agressiveness needed to be a champ. I bet both Lorenzo and especially Pedrosa are having nightmares about this fellow already.


October 29, 2012 10:13 AM

Looking at Marquez's talent and stats its no wonder Stoner retired before having to compete against Marquez in the 2013 championship! This guy look like the real deal and the only rider out there who can possibly beat Rossi's records! I'm looking forward to next years racing! Both the Yamaha and Honda factory teams have exceptional riders now!! :)


October 29, 2012 11:30 AM

Marc Marquez is very fast. He's not afraid of a battle. He is growing up both physically and mentally. He is no mug either. He can walk-the-walk and talk-the-talk. With the established stars in their late 20's, some in their 30's, this kid is the future of MotoGP.

Nikeros - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 11:54 AM

This is only an opinion and can't be verified, but when Ant West passed him and went into 3rd, Marquez didn't battle because he didn't need to and because he wanted West to get a much deserved podium in his home race. But when West unexpectedly got Redding for 2nd, Marquez said right, West will have 2nd and now I can go for the podium if the opportunity presents itself, and it did. There is much more empathy and humanity in the psyche of Marc Marquez than many observers are willing to admit.

hectik - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 12:23 PM

give some of the other riders in motogp a full factory ride, ie, Bradl Crutchlow, Bautista, they will be just as fast as the top riders these days.
but no, the new kid on the block gets the rights to that because he's spanish.
look out for Iannone in motogp, he has the guts to fight hard and have close racing

Telly Pathetic - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 12:39 PM

This is only an opinion and can't be verified, but having seen West come past, Marquez decided he'd better not risk tangling with an experienced rider determined to get on the podium in front of his home crowd who might do the same to him as he's done to others. There's no more empathy and humanity in the psyche of Marc Marquez than his post-incident remarks give observers any reason to think. Still, so long as you begin with a disclaimer you can draw any conclusion you want, even if it would involve the use of telepathy.

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