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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Guna - Unregistered

April 06, 2013 1:53 PM

To me its between Vale and JL and others have problems of their own starting from lack of consistency to unfortunate struggles in turn1,,

Vale has almost arrived at his best but still not 100%, if he can arrive at the limits then its time for high voltage rivalry to get reignited with JL coming sunday night...

To me its too close call between 46 and 99, but JL holds the advantage now.

If JL struggles to handle pressure against Rossi then the Doctor will be back.

gazman - Unregistered

April 06, 2013 3:45 PM

Stoner may well have been the fastest and most skilled bike rider of all time but I couldn't enjoy his success because of his attitude. He clearly didn't enjoy racing. He wanted to win but he didn't enjoy the process. It's no surprise he retired so young.

Rossi on the other hand absolutely LOVES to race, and he wants you to share in that joy which is why he has so many fans. And he's bloody good at it too, of course.

Marquez is definitely a Rossi in the making whereas Pedrosa and to a lesser extent Lorenzo are more like Stoner.

Either way 2013 - BRING IT ON !!!

RAP - Unregistered

April 06, 2013 4:00 PM

Kids going to take the pole and win his first race..... he's smiling, having fun and not bitching- like the rest of the so called front runners. Sorry... I'm not fast hunny.... I have a headache! :) Funny....

kiwibob - Unregistered

April 06, 2013 7:02 PM

headlesssteve - Unregistered how can a headless person be a realist ???
gazman i don,t care about riders attitude or what they do off track i want to see the very best racers on track and apart from brain dead people true gp fans know stoner was one of the best win or bin and MM is a lot like him where rossi has always been a stalker just catch up to anyone and stay there till they made a mistake then pounce ask max biaggi

gazman - Unregistered

April 08, 2013 12:16 AM

kiwibob... I was trying to distinguish between riding from racing. CS was a fantastic rider. VR is a fantastic racer.
Most GP fans (true or otherwise) prefer the cut and thrust of battle during the race like MM &VR today, rather than someone shooting up the road in some sort of a time trial a la CS of old.

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