MotoGP » Marquez contains Crutchlow for German MotoGP win, title lead


Marc Marquez wins the German MotoGP at Sachsenring after holding off a charging Cal Crutchlow.

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V4Poweeeer

July 14, 2013 4:10 PM

cont.
marketability is the one that got the green light. Cal is on the up at the moment and hopefully stays thay way. It's interesting to see how much somebody will bend and twist to get a factory ride.

in2297

July 14, 2013 4:29 PM

People said that rossi is getting old. Its true. But not because the physical condition but more to mental condition. He is worrying so much about crashing. Because if it happen and he is injured, it can be the end of his career. When you get older it takes more time for you to recover. So he must has perfect bike to win. From my point of view its big disadvantage of rossi.

For this weekend, rossi seems did not setup well. He was lucky not to crashed when he was trying to follow marquez and also he used too much tires trying pass bradl.

katalih

July 14, 2013 4:56 PM

The factory teams know better than us on who should ride their bikes and who should not, unless those who want Cal to have a factory bike are willing enough to fund his acquisition lol

lux

July 14, 2013 5:41 PM

@ in2297

That's actually a very interesting point of view.

Personally I think he did lose something also on pure speed (he used to make poles, today it's almost impossible), but fear of crashing possibly also carries some weight.

Anyway, he's still fast enough for podiums, some wins, and some nice battles if some other has similar pace. As some said he's still a force to be reckoned with.


in2297

July 15, 2013 9:41 AM

Rossi still has great pace on his favorite track. I am curious to see how he can improve next year.

If i can suggest motogp, it will be great pleasure to see stoner, marquez, pedrosa on honda factory. And lorenzo, rossi, crutchlow on yamaha factory support.

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