MotoGP » Mugello: Injured Marquez anticipates ‘tough race’

Marc Marquez anticipates a 'difficult and tough' Italian Grand Prix as he struggles with the pain in his injured shoulder.

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prof-x - Unregistered

June 01, 2013 8:45 PM

Marc has two big deficiencies going for him, one being braking and the other being a tendency to act without regard. He is like a bull in a ring, and he really needs to stop acting impulsively (looking at the cape) otherwise he makes himself easier to be defeated in the race or act against his own best interest.

Marco learned to stop acting crazy and he managed to start getting podiums almost regularly before he passed away, hopefully Marc starts appreciating his and the bike's limits so he can make more 'rational' decisions which will yield more 'calculated' outcomes.

Cool when hes had time to think about it sitting behind someone, but a little to hot when hes having problems measuring up to expectations, something he needs to understand about himself, I believe.

gp40 - Unregistered

June 01, 2013 10:30 PM

This guy is a genius. He even manages to escape from such a massive crash relatively unhurt. Nothing will stop him. I won't be surprised to see him on the podium tomorrow again. If it rains he may even win.

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