MotoGP » Austin MotoGP: Marquez top and eager to improve


“We took the top time and, even though these are only practice sessions, this is important” - Marc Marquez.

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JimmyJimmy

April 20, 2013 8:56 AM

Interesting stuff. The Yamahas had a couple of tenths on the Honda in Qatar, now the tables have turned and the Honda has a sizeable advantage at Qatar. Looks like the usual handling of the Yamaha versus the power of the Honda coming into play. The Honda boys better make hay while the sun shines because the handling will dominate at most of the european tracks. No doubt that this is Marquez's best early season chance for his first MotoGP win.

Jabba - Unregistered

April 20, 2013 11:50 AM

He might be quick in fp and possibly qualy, but he will not win this race, Pedro won't be beaten twice by this kid, and the experience of jlo and rossi will over power him

1 Honda and 2 M1s on the podium. Qualy and FP don't mean squat.

lol - Unregistered

April 20, 2013 12:19 PM

@46 seconds behind
Check the picture. Rossi getting a tow. Priceless.

Just like in Qatar when Rossi was behind MM??
then he lined him up and passed him under brakes... Twice. and there wasent a damn thing he MM could do about it. Thats what Rossi does, finds that gap that noone else can, he doesnt just pass down the straights becuase he has straight line speed like the Honda boys.

locky - Unregistered

April 20, 2013 1:17 PM

Small Spanish chap goes faster than other small Spanish chap in Amerikay....shock horror.
Who will bet against a Small Spanish Chap winning the race, plus quite a few more, and the Championship?
Adios "World" Championship, Ola Spanish League.

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