MotoGP » Mugello MotoGP: 'Sorry' Marquez crestfallen after late DNF

A bitterly disappointed Marc Marquez is left somewhat baffled by his crash out of second position during the closing stages of the Italian Grand Prix.

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cris - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 2:27 AM

Yes Marc, Telemetry shows you are going with the same speed and line on that same corner, But I believe the telemetry does not show the tire condition at that time, maybe you should have been more sensitive with the feeling of the tires, Im no expert, its just my opinion. Jorge back of a little at the end and also Dani who has tire problem.

hrc2627 - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 2:32 AM

This kid is simply amazing just doesnt have enough experience on worn tyres at the moment thats probably why Pedrosa didnt try to stay with him. Jorges crashed by himself end of last year so why cant Marquez at least he didnt crash out fighting with a satellite or a duc.
He can still claw in the championship but one would think this aint the last time he will crash this season.
Who knows roadblock Buatista may give on of the top guys a dnf.

kitty litter - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 4:45 AM

he will crash more and more as the season goes on.
he started out so good but now is getting to big for his boots and over confident thinking he is better then Jlo and Pedro..

guitarfan - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 8:31 AM

From the onboard it looked like he decked out his left footpeg - same speed and line Marc, but a bit more lean angle and worn tires = gravel trap.

He'll learn from that. Don't write him off for the championship yet, which is incredible for a 20 year old rookie.

99 Crystal Ball. - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 11:58 AM

he will crash more and more as the season goes on.
he started out so good but now is getting to big for his boots and over confident thinking he is better then Jlo and Pedro..Kitty Litter.

I dont think that is the case to be honest.He just hasnt realised where his and the bikes limits are!
He found out yesterday and will no doubt remember and learn.
He is very quick at learning.Yesterday should have taught him a lesson and i think it will be absorbed quickly.Lorenzo started out the same way but quickly learned to reel himself in and has now matured into a truly great rider.MM will do the same,its only a matter of time.He was a little greedy yesterday.I dont think he will make the same mistake again in a hurry.
We will see soon enough!

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