MotoGP » Austin MotoGP: Record win to follow record pole for Marquez?


“Tomorrow is what really counts and I will do the best that I can!" - Marc Marquez.

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Krusty The Klown - Unregistered

April 20, 2013 11:51 PM

I remember being amazed wathing Kenny Roberts touhing a duct tape wrapped knee to the ground. Now MM is putting an elbow down. In every sport someone coes alng and figures a way to improve the level of perormance. MM appears to be bringing MotoGP up to the next level. Good stuff. i wish #58 was here!

dustytracks - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 12:29 AM

Yes i'm a rossi fan, but my o my this kid can ride a bike, He is a joy to watch and i hope he never looses the happy go lucky smile he has. I will say it now, he will take over rossi's mantle and by god he deserves it. HE IS AMAZING.

Elton - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 1:08 AM

Its a great effort by Marquez, but it's not an unprecedented effort by a rookie. When Biaggi started as a 500 rider he took pole, fastest lap and the win in his first ever race. Stoner was amazing out of the blocks, Lorenzo, Pedrosa and Rossi were all impressive. Marquez deserves the accolades but lets not get carried away. When we get to the 'normal' GP tracks with proper grip levels and whe the others ave a lot more experience Marquez is going to find it a lot tougher.

Ant - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 1:11 AM

Poor old Dani. First Stoner walks into the team and takes the title in his first year on the bike, and now a rookie is showing him the way around.

I think Dani will surprise a few people in tomorrows race though.

Motojunky - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 1:18 AM

I think followers of this sport like to be kept informed of when records are broken. MM broke Spencers long standing record, and I find that interesting. Nothing more, nothing less.
Biaggi, Stoner, Rossi, etc etc etc did not hold the record so why are people bringing them in on the mix?
Go figure and
GO Rossi.

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