MotoGP » Marquez beats his elders in Indy contest

Marc Marquez wins the Indianapolis MotoGP.

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August 18, 2013 8:55 PM
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Rossi 49 poles 80 victories
Lorenzo 27 poles 26 victories
Pedrosa 26 Poles 24 victories
Stoner 39 Poles 38 Victories

Rossi...The comeback king...!!!!!! Rossi always races better than he qualifies!!!!!

only Rossi and Marc can win starting from anywhere on the grid...Rossi would have overtaken twice the number of riders during races than Jorge and dani put together.


August 18, 2013 8:56 PM

@ B.Andy
No one is disputing the fact that his qualy performances have been the reason for his downfall, But when analyzing something you need to be both constructive and in control of the facts. Irrespective of your opinion as that does not matter. In black and white it shows you where he lost time and how he made most of that back up.

Crutchlow didn't nearly beat him as you like to put it, It was merely Rossi that mugged Crutchlow and was beaten. Real Rossi fans except his recent inadequacies. BTW are you Casey's brother by any chance? Just that I noticed a familiar tone in your writing.


August 18, 2013 8:56 PM

Just a reminder to the desperadoes who are still pining over the dude who spat his dummy out and 'went fishing'.

Dani beat your guy fair and square on the same bike last season.

Marquez is OWNING Dani on a weekly basis.

What does that tell you?


August 18, 2013 9:22 PM

Dani trying to block Marc's progress so early on is really negative and shows a distinct lack of ambition.

Backing up the faster rider also allows Jorge the chance to bolt and rob more points from him.

I hope Dani's not counting on team orders bailing him out as I don't think they are going to come...

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