MotoGP » Marquez: Qatar level clearer at Austin and Jerez


"I will see more clearly [my level] for the first race during the tests at Austin and Jerez" - Marc Marquez.

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Guna - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 10:51 AM

Marc expects to know his level clear cut for the first few races at the time when official pre-season testing ends in jerez,,, but what I know by now is, if that seamless shift is thrown away, the honda boys would have already started to eat the smoke of JL'S yamaha in time trails and for sure from Rossi's yamaha in race days,,,

99 Crystal Ball. - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 2:43 PM

Realist,i too am not opposed to a little paint swapping during a race as long as it doesnt get out of hand.Its knowing when you have crossed the line that is the important part.

CRT,i think i know where you are going and i agree.I dont want to see one rider being praised for fairing clashing whilst at the same time another rider gets slated for doing the same thing.

Dave,i wasnt actually referring to riders calling foul.I was referring to the fans on this site.

speck - Unregistered

March 07, 2013 5:47 AM

@jason brody just overstated the fact that marquez and rossi make racing more exciting to watch...both of them do race with a mindset that makes racing a lot more fun to watch.

@DanielKuchnia
mate...rossi didnt do well on the duke last year...but that doesnt mean he wont do well on the yam this year.

herewego - Unregistered

March 07, 2013 8:28 AM

Marc Marquez is undoubtedly a huge talent, but there is so much talk and so much expected of him before he has even raced, the young lad might just have too much to prove, far too soon! Don't get me wrong, he will he up there giving everything, but the pressure to do really well right from the off could be just what ends up causing him to do the total opposite! All it needs is Marquez going a bit too gung ho and coming off injuring himself to knacker everything up! Marquez need to take things slowly and get to grips to racing in the big league with the big boys as it will be a different playground to that of Moto2 where he could just shove everybody out of his way!!

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