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 3:30 PM

looking at the top guys pace over the weekend i think we might be in for the best race of the season in terms of riders fighting for top spots.. i honestly think in the end its gonna be down to rossi and marquez.. bradl is looking strong but he doesnt seem to be able to push to the limit for 30 laps.. cal... same story. he finishes well but starts slow..i still dont think he has rossi or marquez's race craft.. in a battle he will lose. i see turn 11 and 13 having the usual excitment...


July 13, 2013 7:39 PM

This is not an easy one to call.Marc is blindingly fast but is still somewhat hot headed so needs to reel himself in.Val is the old campaigner and knows what he needs to do now he has a bike he can work with.Cal is the danger man here i think.He has the bike and the capability to upset an applecart or two,especially if Dani doesnt ride tomorrow,though even if he does,he still has to start from 12th!
If i had to put my life savings on this one,i would have to go for Val.

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