MotoGP » Marquez from Rossi by halftime at Sepang


Rookie Marc Marquez leads Valentino Rossi by halfway mark on the opening day of 2013 MotoGP testing, at Sepang in Malaysia.

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VF - Unregistered

February 05, 2013 6:33 AM

M&M's is fast maybe too fast for his level ,i think he Will have a bad crash this year coz he wants to make too much too quick.watch out young boy you've almot lost your sight this is not moto2 craps,this is motogp.but young boy you're too arrogant to listen to the master,your master the only,the true Rossi you'll pay it badly

VF - Unregistered

February 05, 2013 6:34 AM

M&M's is fast maybe too fast for his level ,i think he Will have a bad crash this year coz he wants to make too much too quick.watch out young boy you've almot lost your sight this is not moto2 craps,this is motogp.but young boy you're too arrogant to listen to the master,your master the only,the true Rossi you'll pay it badly

THE FAN - Unregistered

February 05, 2013 6:54 AM

@Abhishek...thatz bcos these r thinkin and development riders, not a one lap wonder riders. They test hard with different parts and setups, unlike some riders who dont like testing and then blame their teams, other riders and marshals for losin it. :)

Dave - Unregistered

February 05, 2013 6:58 AM

Early days yet but a number of observations (my opinion only, not facts)...

MM should challenge for the WC this year

It was the duc and NOT vale

JLo may not be smiling too often this year

Pedro will come good (eventually)

...and to the twit stating stoner is still the benchmark, maybe on a time trial basis for one lap at one circuit but 9 is the magic (modern era) number I think your referring to.

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