MotoGP » Moto2: Marc Marquez sent to the back for Corsi clash


"I had already overtaken other riders on that corner and I hadn't thought about [Corsi] being one of the later brakers in the class" - Marc Marquez.

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pcxmac - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 5:12 PM

given how bold a move he pulled on Kalio, I am sure he had no second thoughts about this move. Seriously. running through Kalio had to be the most absurd thing I have seen for ages, it was so egregious and contemptible, and nobody did anything and everyone lauds him for being this great aggressive rider who should be championed. Shakes head. I thought MotoGP had sunk to some real lows with the way they worked the cameras and exploited Simoncelli's death, but this kind of stuff, is really low.

Don-R

November 09, 2012 5:14 PM

All these incidents with Marquez and other riders really don't bode well for his step up to MotoGP. There are just too many of them to be a coincidence now, and he's starting to look like a real liability, despite his undoubted talent.

I really hope someone has a serious talk with him about his behaviour before the 2013 season.

Agent55

November 09, 2012 5:16 PM

He may want to tone that down when he enters the top class. There're some big names that may or may not put wee Marquez on his ass should this demolition derby-style of overtaking continue...

bri t

November 09, 2012 5:22 PM

Its not like he's bumped him off before is it? Like Philip Island 4 yrs ago down the straight.

TBH I don't like him. The guy needs to learn respect and soon. The forces involved in MotoGP are much more and hence so is the scope for serious injuries from collisions etc.

clurpr - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 5:28 PM

What is starting from the back of the grid going to do? His bike is ridiculously quicker than everyone else, by the first corner he will be in like 15th!

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