MotoGP » Marquez building confidence, 'a little more aggressive'


“I feel better on the bike. I can be a little more aggressive, but still I'll need many laps before I can ride with the same confidence as in Moto2” – Marc Marquez.

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Hail Aurelius - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 7:17 PM

He is EXPONENTIALLY talented, lets see if he can maximize his potential to reap the ultimate rewards in MotoGP. This season is going to be a cracking affair just like F1 promises to be! My prediction: He will do better than Rossi....you heard it hear first (sarcasm very much intended!)

elbow erotica - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 10:14 PM

as soon as he gets the hang of corner entry and picking the bike up a little earlier than he nis doing . couple that to the advantages i believe his riding style already brings over his rivals and i really do believe hel take the art of riding a motorcycle to a new level. it may sound alittle farfetched but i really do believe he could win the title this season .dont think hel crash much either..for me his style is all about riding over the edge more than anyone else ive seen but retaining control.. nothings set or certain in this sport but this kid could be great

prof-x - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 10:46 PM

i love people who think dragging elbows and riding slow an intentionally dragging knees is cool, like those guys in California who do the twisties in front of that cam dude on youtube, funny stuff. When a rider is going fast, they are pulling their knees in and not bothering to look cool in front of the camera.

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