MotoGP » Austin MotoGP: Marquez plays down debut title chances


"Some tracks are coming where Yamaha will be strong and also circuits where everybody else has experience with these bikes" - Marc Marquez.

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Marci Marci - Unregistered

April 23, 2013 1:04 PM

Funny how all the Rossi fans are trying to make out they like MM when deep down they know that he will out shine their hero just like Stoner did.

Just mentioning the name STONER to a Rossi fan makes them cry and soon it will the name MARC

This guy is going to own many a good rider this year and in race two he owned ALL of them

meteoro - Unregistered

April 23, 2013 1:11 PM

@doctor who.- so you a calling Marquez and his team a cheat? u r really funny, sour grapes dude, so his bike was illega? ha ha, are you from the german press whote that load of crap?

Billy Bob - Unregistered

April 23, 2013 1:16 PM

@Marci Marci
Just mentioning the name STONER to a Rossi fan makes them cry"

tears of laughter that your little hero will never match Rossi's records, and that your little hero quit because noone liked him, and that your little hero was the biggest sook in motogp history, and that your little hero was getting owned by his teammate pedro and quit just in time because MM was stepping up and Rossi was moving back to yamaha.

if he doesnt catch any fish he will probably blame the marshals.

ph3nom

April 23, 2013 1:25 PM

@Dr who, while I agree that there are riders who deserve thr ide at Repsol more than Marquez you have to admit he is fun to watch. Can't wait for the classic "sliding" tracks like Sepang, Catelunga and Phillip island to see if he can emulate Stoners darkies.

On the subject of deserving rides, going off last years performances and the last 2 races I would say Crutchlow deserved the factory Yamaha ride and not Rossi. Maybe if he also had the media up his AR$# he would've gotten it.

FZ1 - Unregistered

April 23, 2013 1:32 PM

It will be interesting when Rossi retires at the end of this year and Stoner comes back to replace him at the factory Yamaha team.

Truth be told though, they're all toast when Spies is back on a Suzuki and hands tell all their butts.......

Jerginz - Unregistered

April 23, 2013 1:32 PM

It's amazing that since 09 there have only been 2 new race winners including Marquez. He even won before Rossi has this season. Although I think the tides will turn when they head back to the more familiar european tracks. After 2 rounds he's tied with Lorenzo for the lead. I think he will be a consistent podium finisher but will only get maybe 2 or more wins still very impressive for a rookie.

billace - Unregistered

April 23, 2013 1:35 PM

Dr Who,

If mark doesn't deserve the Repsol seat than what about Dani? This rookie jumped on his bike and so far has been able to pick WHEN he wanted to make the pass and beat him handily.

mark bettered Dani on a track where the Honda's don't go well and one where they dominated. Heck of a start to the season for the new (#2) guy.

blurg - Unregistered

April 23, 2013 1:37 PM

@FZ1 -
It will be interesting when Rossi retires at the end of this year and Stoner comes back to replace him at the factory Yamaha"

HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA
that's the funniest thing ive heard all day. thanks for that.

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