MotoGP » Marquez capitalises for German MotoGP pole

Marc Marquez makes the most of Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo's absence to take pole position for the German MotoGP, ahead of Cal Crutchlow and Valentino Rossi.

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July 13, 2013 2:11 PM

Now one lap sprints are out of the way in terms of consistency I'd say Bradl, Rossi, and Marquez in that order have been the most consistent this weekend Cal's definately quick but the consistency hasn't been there yet.

Aleix what is going on you haven't stolen a spare rcv and painted in aspar livery while everybody was at the mobile clinica did you?


July 13, 2013 2:50 PM

@herewego, Cal is not going to let Marquez get in front of him this time. You can practically hear the voices coming out of his head. He respects him as much as he would a fly, the PR is fake. He wants him out of his way.
@cossie748, so far Rossi has still been teaching Marquez who his daddy is. Marquez is going to get schooled again in this race.


July 13, 2013 3:05 PM

I like crutchlow... But fast losing respect for the guy!!!!! Again he missed out to mention 'Yamaha' in his post quali press conference.... Come on!!! Stop actin like a spoilt brat n show some respect to the factory that has supported u all these years... I know he wants a factory spec machine.... But his path is blocked in the factory team by 2 better riders... One - the current WC and the best rider atm & the other a Yamaha legend who brought them back from the wilderness... He could just carry on the tech 3 yam and beat those 2 guys over the season n then he can claim that he deserves their seat......


July 13, 2013 3:25 PM

everyone is so shocked by espargaro.. this is the tighest track on the calender. hp is even less important here so beingon a crtis not a huge disadvantage.. not tomention the fact that he gets a softer tire than the prototypes in qualifying.. 250s use to lap almost just as quickas the 500s back in the day on this track with almost half the power....just sayin.

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