MotoGP » Jubilant Marquez hails 'hard-fought' win


"It will be difficult, especially because my personality is always to attack" - No backing off for rookie MotoGP title leader Marc Marquez.

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Destro

August 26, 2013 6:57 PM

I cant believe how much MM gets away with on the bike. He looks so out of control and really ragged compared to the other riders...yet he is very fast and exciting to watch.

He has proven me wrong as I expected him to have a more win it or bin it season. It appears that he is much more consistent than any other alien. 2013 looks to be his championship.

Jixr

August 26, 2013 9:55 PM

i was always worried that his riding style would just kill his tires as he seems so out of control and all over the place on the bike, but yet somehow is still amazingly fast. And so far I don't recall him ever complaining about tire degrigation during a race.

JasonLewis

August 27, 2013 4:07 AM

His style is spectacular......on the verge of crashing without crashing. But my favorite thing about him is his willingness to battle. I think he actually likes being challenged and even passed, because it gives him a chance to repass....in other words racing! He wants to RACE not just put in fast laps. From my perspective (American fan) he rides like Stoner and races like Rossi. Lorenzo and especially Pedro need to start RACING or MM will keep smacking them down from this day forward........

wosideg

August 27, 2013 8:11 AM

'..rides like Stoner and races like Rossi.'

Great comment Jason..

Mentally, the kid looks bulletproof..he's smart and nobody or anything seems to bother him.

He's always thinking positive.

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