MotoGP » Austin MotoGP: Marvellous Marquez makes history with Texas win


Marc Marquez wins only his second MotoGP World Championship race start with a measured performance in Texas, in turn becoming the youngest ever premier class winner.

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Mfpinterceptor - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 9:14 PM

Not the most exciting race to watch.
But great run for MM.
Still funny to see how so many comments turn into a Rossi item.
As a big Rossi fan, i still can enjoy races like this and be happy for the other guys.
I think it is a good thing Dovi is doing well on the Ducati, more riders at the top will be more fun to watch.
And the exposed stuff, ....is that just to upset other guys over here or what?

Genuine Smiles Inc - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 9:18 PM

Congratulations to MM. What a superstar.

Well done to both jorge and Crutchlow.

Bradley Smith is so utterly useless, there are 40+ riders in the motoGP and moto2 paddock combined who could do a better job.

What happened to Rossi's fabled "race craft"?

Ausrossi

April 21, 2013 9:24 PM

Well done Marquez great effort and Dani will never win a WC I am afraid. As for those bagging 46 yep haters gonna hate. Given he passed Crutchlow at the last race it is obvious there was something. Though well done to Crutchlow and yes they should give him a factory backed bike. Jerez here we come. Also has Rossi got Spies bike seems the problems are all on one side of the factory.

someone - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 9:29 PM

I think the real winner today is JL.
On the Yamaha track he outclassed everybody, but today on a Honda track he was still very close.
Looks to me like he will be WC again this year.

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