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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tomcol - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 10:24 PM

MM obviously the star of the show. Very closely followed by Dovi who continues to impress massively on the Ducati. Easy to forget that he soundly beat Crutchlow last seasn and look how well Crutchlow is going. Top 4 for Dovi sometime this season.

jamie - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 10:28 PM

@Jamie "there was one over take the entire race for the battle for first place.


As opposed to Qatar where there was no battle at all for first place? Lol

no the entertaining battle and over taking for going on for 2nd place.

qatar was a ten times better race and everyone nos it.

in terms of entertainment, this race was a bit **** lol


April 21, 2013 10:30 PM

Why are people complaining about the track?? There are plenty of overtaking places, one just needs to be brave enough to take the lunge like Cal did on Bradl.

The Hondas today had a massive advantage simply because they had excellent drive out of the first gear corners. When Yamaha boosts the engine (something JLo has been asking for) or Ducati ever gets its **** together then it will be a closer field.

Also im slightly disappointed in Bradl...5th on a factory RC213V where the track suits the bike perfectly is puzzling to say the least

Overrated Brit - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 10:33 PM

99 Crystal Ball. - Unregistered

Who finished ahead of who today?

Erm, who finished ahead of who 2 weeks ago when the guy who started from 2nd position was only 2 tenths off Lorenzo's pole time..

Oh yeah, I remember Rossi lining up Crutchlow and leaving him for dead :)

Rossi struggled with his pace all week long. Not competitive enough. Cal had more than him on this track. End of the story.

Once Rossi has his bike set up well, he'll be back with the front runners and Cal? He'll try to stay with them only to bin it or fade away in latter stages of the race..

99 Crystal Ball. - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 10:37 PM

Ok,so when Rossi beats Crutchlow its different from when Crutchlow beats Rossi?
Only in the eyes of fangirls like you mate.
Crutchlow beat Rossi fair and square today.Simple as.
Go cry in your beer somewhere.

Overrated Brit - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 10:43 PM

99 Crystal Ball

Good god, you don't have to be that thick. Its not hard to grasp that a rider in Rossi this week never had competitive pace all weekend.

BTW, for all Cal's hot lap so far in his career, he hasn't made most of it in the races. Rossi on competitive pace is at the sharp end, he proved it in Qatar owning Cal along the way and will prove in the future yet again.


April 21, 2013 10:46 PM

I'd say Crutchlow deserves a little more respect after mashing the 9 time champ on a sat bike at a new circuit he did not test on.
Some of the yellow pantie brigade really do seem to lack more than a few grey cells!

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