MotoGP » Marquez: 'Feet on the ground' for home debut


“We will try our hardest to get the best result, if we can achieve a podium then it would be great!” - Marc Marquez.

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Southerner

April 30, 2013 4:04 PM

Within his Jerez record lies the rub. Marc is of similar stature to his predecessor,rides much the same way and has found Jerez to be one his bogey tracks. He is under no illusions of grandeur. I pick him to follow Dani's every move this weekend and learn,learn learn.
I cannot see him beating Dani this time around barring misfortune or the heavens opening up on Sunday.
No doubt he's aware of it and won't risk anything. Its a long season.

Well, Marquez shattered the expectations I had for him (during this first year) so I will not be surprised anymore with anything coming from Marquez. Remember that, once he started winning in Moto2, he hardly got beaten. MotoGP is a totally different ball game but what he managed to achieve so far is indicative that he won't be stopped easily.

Jim Clausen

April 30, 2013 11:53 PM
Last Edited 354 days ago

Marquez has brought a lot of excitement to MotoGP. Coupled with Honda's penchant for building championship bikes, things are looking pretty good for Marquez, Honda and MotoGP fans.

rod99 - Unregistered

April 30, 2013 11:58 PM

I really like MM not just because he is obviously a new phenomenon and a future great but because he is such a nice well rounded personality. Think where he is at 20, I think he knows how lucky he is and this reflects in his attitude, he just loves every second of what he's doing. The last great rider you just literally loved what he was doing is Rossi and look at the success he's had/having. Such a massive change from the last rider of that bike and if you look over the co**** of history in GP's/wsbk all the riders with the negative type attitude end up unforfilled!

rod99 - Unregistered

May 01, 2013 12:06 AM

plus I touted him to have a shout at the title in his first year on here, to which I was informed I was wrong then after testing the obvious experts re evaluated and I might not have been such a fool. Also aside from the unquestionable ability that even the most harded BS fans tried so hard to paint over with storeys of him having incredible machine advantages etc etc, he knows Jerez like the back of his hand

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