MotoGP » Marquez beats his elders in Indy contest


Marc Marquez wins the Indianapolis MotoGP.

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Joeski

August 18, 2013 8:09 PM

I got say that I was always a fan of this guy, Marquez(well at least since he got to Moto2) but dang!! I did not see this storm coming. I thought he would definitely win a couple and challenge the podium regularly and be the most impressive rookie since Lorenzo.... boy did I underestimate him. He is way better than I even thought when everyone else was saying I was crazy and he would just crash and not be able to pull his Moto2 tricks here......
Much respect.... MM
Good come back from Rossi.... I was hoping to see more podiums and wins but he seems to be taking a little longer than I thought. Still a Rossi fan though!!!

Liam48

August 18, 2013 8:11 PM

I turned the race off at half race distance because I knew Marquez was going to run off.

Although didn't expect Pedrosa to grab 2nd and more so where the hell did Rossi come from to grab 4th? He was about 4 seconds back and in 7th when I turned it off.

benito

August 18, 2013 8:13 PM

@B.Andy
U know in racing happens thinks when u cant find a setting to master a track, and if Rossi was 9th at start and make some laps faster than Jorge at end and make a great comeback with a great passes, yes i think its great result for such a bad track for him, i dont know is he proud of that...i am

DB8

August 18, 2013 8:18 PM

Marquez was brilliant! Must be the favourite now. He destroyed them!

brilliant to see rossi still fighting and a last lap pass just made my day. Bravo good sirs. One of, if not the best race this season

TrueFan

August 18, 2013 8:20 PM

@Liam he didn't come forward, the others couldn't keep their lap times, and they fell back into his clutches. Rossi was still losing time to the front runners, particularly Marquez. Crutchlow, Bautista and before that Bradl lost time more quickly. Still, Rossi had to maintain his times and make the moves stick. Props to him.

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