MotoGP » Marquez raises pace at Sepang, rides 2013 RCV

MotoGP rookie Marc Marquez lowers his lap time by over two seconds during day two of private testing at Sepang.

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CrapHeap - Unregistered

November 30, 2012 12:58 AM

Yes Busa, one world championship and then constantly going in the wrong direction, versus sorting their **** out from the start to produce a bike that any rider can be competitive on and have much more long term success.

And no its not Stoners fault he was fast, don't be ridiculous, I merely stated ducati would have been better off long term if he never rode for them. As for him saying they never listened to him, thats just weird, its not like Stoner to whinge about things.
And maybe rossi made it worse, maybe making it 1000cc made it more unmanageable, maybe Stoner could still be fast on it, who nows.... but its still a piece of ****

Pete - Unregistered

November 30, 2012 8:48 AM

So after a handful of limited test sessions at a couple of circuits he can put a time in that would have put him 8th on the grid in qualifying back at the October. Didn't Johnny Rea with zero testing, manage something similar at Misano and two other tracks?
Somebody in Moto GP should snap Johnny Rea up ASAP as he's as good as this so called superstar!!!

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