MotoGP » Marquez unstoppable at Austin MotoGP test

Marc Marquez finishes Austin MotoGP test 0.6s clear of Repsol Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa.

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go for it Marc!.I stoner's fan root for you as you do ride that blitzing machine fearlessly like you stole it.much of stoner's stuff ! I told you what,yellow.
Real talent don't disguise with this or that,simply ride the balls out of your comport zone.

jason brody - Unregistered

March 15, 2013 11:54 AM

haha cant stop laughing reading stoner fans posts.
Wake up kids your hero is no more in motogp cos he got scared of marc coming to honda and the king returning to his rightful place and ran away to save his a$$ hell he cant even match pedrosa of caliber much lower than rossi and marc.
as said before george dani casey are all pu**ies.


March 15, 2013 12:00 PM
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He's got that glow going on for sure, but I don't think the vets are too worried as of yet. The top 4 all truly believe they have a shot of the title, or else they'd not be where they are. It's a long season & anything can happen. Was it 2009 where Casey, Vale & Jorge were dead level on points a good way into the season? Or maybe it was 2008 with Casey, Vale & Dani? Anyways, here's hoping for a 4 way battle to the very end!

Ich - Unregistered

March 15, 2013 12:38 PM

Stoner-Marquez parallels fail to grasp what it really is that *can* make of Marquez one of the greatest ever and the new Rossi (just when ppl where getting scared about motoGP getting boring):

Marquez is not a hot lapper.
He's a racer and entertainer with the attitude of a guy who'll do everything to cross the line first.

A new motoGP king dominator is in the making.

Snoozer95 - Unregistered

March 15, 2013 12:51 PM

You cant deny these spaniard can ride a motorcycle , im not a big fan of Marquez , im not a big fan of spanish dominance ... but it will be good to see him shake up the motoGP class , we need more new blood on the case of legends who need to retire! (rossi , edwards ,De punier , Hayden) ,love these guys but they need to go!
Roll on 2014 , when Espergaro and Redding will be mixing it up !

herewego - Unregistered

March 15, 2013 12:54 PM

There is so much pressure on Marquez now to actually go out and win from the off that it could just backfire ! It's all very well being fast, but as we know, that is not all it takes and Marquez has a very aggressive style which will only result in other riders giving him as much back! This isn't Moto2, this is the big league and a whole different story, Marquez might just find he has to reign in his aggression and his argy, bargy way of getting where he wants to be so that he actually stays on and finishes a race in the first place! It'g going to be interesting to say the least.

woeyyy - Unregistered

March 15, 2013 12:59 PM

you are much deluded making baseless sayings of Bullsheet.I think CS wanted to join Yamaha before 2007 began to try the motogp's goat square and pants.
Dani beat CS ??!!.I think u didn't watch the first 5 rounds of last season as you might have thought rossi was not riding anymore.haha...where does this 'CS fears MM' nonsense come from?!

what - Unregistered

March 15, 2013 1:14 PM

jason Brody

did you suggest
-CS had known Ducati was the best bike to ride ahead of new 800 era hence he jumped ship fr LCR to Ducati.(oh,Casey had been riding motogp for 10 years by then thus knew all)
-VR rode CRT in 2007 is why Casey didn't get scared!

AlexDAbomB69 - Unregistered

March 15, 2013 2:29 PM

billie morini have you not seen the racing in moto 2? Marquez has more experience in a scrap than the aliens. IMO Marquez will do o.k but if he gets over cocky on the RCV it will bite. Pedrosa is not a happy bunny after the Austin test, just watch the videos on here and you tube. 8 years at Repsol Honda and no championship , now his number 2 is faster its playing on his mind already.

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