MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP: Marquez up front and feeling good


“Practice-by-practice I feel better on the bike and my riding style is more 'MotoGP'” - Marc Marquez.

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Grendlehop

April 06, 2013 8:13 AM

I see Jorge winning another one based on consistency. Second will be a battle between Dani & Vale. Dani will most likely place higher than both Cal & Marc, as will Vale simply based on experience & craft. Marc & Cal should be battling for third, with Cal coming through. Cal is not consistent & Marc is unproven over distance. I have a real fear Marc may cause a pile up in turn one off the start, maybe not if he's got pole. He might run off there trying to outbreak Cal later in the race.

skally - Unregistered

April 06, 2013 8:44 AM

MM very quick but did not string 2 laps together without running on at turn one, did not do enough runs to see what his tyre wear was like be interesting to see how his banzai style adapts to tyre managment and maintaining his pace as the tyres degrade good luck to him MOTOGP needs a firecracker in the mix to liven it up.

Lex - Unregistered

April 06, 2013 9:36 AM

While Marquez has impressed me with his pace, I doubt if he can come terms with Premier Class races quickly. Having watched him, he still doesn't look 100 percent on the bike and has tendency to run the bike off (especially turn 1) coupled with the fact he's a hot head, I wouldn't bet against him binning it in his first race.

Globalresearch.ca for intelligent news - Unregistered

April 06, 2013 10:54 AM
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Where are all the posters who claimed MM only won in moto2 because he had the fastest bike? Changed your names he he! Well like the legend before him CS, MM promises to be the new FOAT (fastest of all time) Good to see Vale on a bike he can ride.
Hopefully it'll be such an exciting season that a certain gentleman will chuck his rod into the river and get on his bike!

last chance - Unregistered

April 06, 2013 11:13 AM

@junka

no not really, he has proved he can pull out 1 fast lap,
now lets see how he does out in the crowd at full race distance and if he can keep up with the likes of JLo, Pedro, and Rossi, not to mention without making any of those idiotic moves that he does like we have seen in FP and even worse cool down laps.

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