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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prof-x - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 3:27 PM

the new tire during the weekend played a large role in Yamaha showing up for the sponsors and everyone's expectations did the layout of the track.

People keep talking about the handeling of the Yamaha being so great, yet Jorge keeps complaining about being able to turn the darn thing, so many people believe the commentators like they are sitting in church.

Bridgestone meant for Yamaha to win this weekend, okay, doesnt get much easier to see then that, Yamaha fast all weekend, fast in the cool and warm, fast at the beginning of the sessions, their tires lasted the longest and THIS WAS VALE'S CHANCE TO SEE THE FANS FROM THE PODIUM. STAGED !!!

Dani could have easily beaten Jorge this round had he not to completely screw up his setup to make the tires work. Thank you Bridgestone for manufacturing racing in MotoGP. Safety for the riders in 2012, and safety for Mugello. Too bad karma came back and bit the organizers on the ****.

prof-x - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 3:42 PM

This year is supposed to be Lorenzo vs Marquez. Dani just happens to be a better pilot despite getting the wrong end of the stick from Bridgestone. Lorenzo v. Marquez as illustrated by the commentators at the end of last year. I tell you, just listen to the commentators as they attempt to read from the script (their interests). Its funny as heck, its just a shame some people believe in them and repeat verbatim what they say. Just glad honest guys like Dani are there to tell the press how stupid they are during interviews, even some of them are believers to, its ridiculous.

What Dani and Lorenzo should do, if they have the pace, just let that kid try to lead the race and let him make all kinds of mistakes with out someone for him to get a tow from. It will be quite interesting. Then at the end, if they can make him desperate (expectations) enough, sucker him like a bull, so we can see him cuss out/or around the guy giving him a ride back to the paddock.

Bebe Rebozo - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 8:09 PM

I agree with prof-x that Jorge and Dani should make Marquez lead, but I think they're afraid he might blast off.

I thought he was just ****ing around behind Pedrosa for a number of laps, probably "pressuring" and getting towed around, but I thought it was a mistake, so I was glad to see him learn a lesson.

Dr.Who - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 11:06 AM

This ain't Moto2, Toto.....

Get your act together although on the best machinery, Marquez thinks he's already one of the top dogs.
A pole, podiumspots and a race win doesn't make you an experienced rider.
Marcrash is getting to confident and when you do that well you can crash....

At age 12 Marc Marquez was more of a man on a motorbike than that poster (above) will ever be. He's on top machinery, is progressing well, and is gaining confidence on that thing that's under him. Respect the obvious level of talent, let him do his thing, and quit bashing a kid for being hungry. ---or bash away if you can do better! Keyboard racers kill me lol.

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