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Marc Marquez? Cal Crutchlow? Alvaro Bautista? Stefan Bradl? Who do you think will be MotoGP's next new winner?

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vonich - Unregistered

January 10, 2013 10:14 PM

This is a no brainer of course it will be Marc MArquez. The fact the he is talented rider. He is riding a factory bike. I don't see any rider on satelite bike will win a race.

lean two

January 10, 2013 10:16 PM

look how well Pedrosa did his 1st year in 06, 2 wins, 2 2nd's, an 3 3rds... and JL did almost as well with 1 win and 3 2nds,2 3rds both had with full factory support! gona be a lot of pressure on this Marquez...
but Im sure he will be the 1st on this list to get a win...

its a real possibility - Unregistered

January 11, 2013 3:30 PM

im going to offer up the unlikley surggestion that marc will WIN the championship in his first year.. reasoning!.. the honda is clearly the fastest package out there now the chatter issues solved and this kid findsand rides the limit quicker than anyone ive ever seen(40yr fan)hes the next level,WHY? because by way of abillity he has learned to go beyond the limit and stay upright. never seen anyone tuck the front so much in a lap, every lap,and skate it on his knee.yes i know its a regular thing for all riders but he seems to have developed a way to ride this way over race distance pushing the limit more than ive ever seen. also dani, as we know can suffer cruel fate and inconsistancies so i believe a major upset could be on the cards next year

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