MotoGP » Penalty points for injured Marquez

'I didn't feel much pain, because I received an injection to dull the pain, but I was lacking strength and was feeling tired by the end' - Marc Marquez

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September 01, 2013 5:56 PM

@Eyes of the world: It took Rossi half a season to win his 1st race in 500's, this kid has won 4 damn nearly 5 on the bounce, premature maybe but the signs are ominous, this could be the first of the superaliens.

Sasha Alexandrovich

September 01, 2013 6:09 PM

@smpmatty Rossi stepped on a full factory HRC Honda NSR500 with Doohan's engineer, Doohan's data at a time when you could have unlimited testing.... Jorge Lorenzo also debuted on a factory bike. With all the stuff from Edwards. Did any of both win 4 races in a row in their debut season or came even close to first place in the championship?


September 01, 2013 6:13 PM

lolo after all was realated with Cal crash.. 4sure he cach a bit of Oil.. Also about the pace i new that marquez could run on 2m:01: high same has Pedrosa that i think did even a bit faster.. Honda is a mad bike at the momente!! Lorenzo really deserve this one but Marquez know that was by just a bit... If Yamaha dont bring new stuff to Misano that is other good track for Yamaha i think is better to forget about chances.. Like Marquez say he feels like a winner and it like that because winning 5 points to is rival is almost nothingh..


September 01, 2013 6:23 PM

Anyone comparing a rookie year on today's Honda with the 500cc two strokes is nuts. Take a look at Rossi and his Rookie year. These bikes were monsters with no safety nets. He very nearly got the championship. On a bike that finished as many careers as it made.

Yes MM is fast. Very fast.

Come back in a few years when he has changed manufacturers, capacities, type of engines etc etc and still won 100 plus races and nine championships and we can talk about best ever...

Hopefully he won't kill himself believing the hype and go on to achieve plenty but he is not unbeatable as we have seen many times already.

I can't wait for Scott Reading to get on equal machinery...


September 01, 2013 6:41 PM

He's 20 years old, what can they (Race Direction) expect? If I were him I probably wouldnt have seen the flags either but at the end of the day rules are rules. Fail play.


September 01, 2013 7:30 PM

PROPAGANDA, this shoulder dislocation is just PROPAGANDA... Dorna wants to create a new champion made up of steel. how in the world can someone dislocate his collar bone and still moves his hand freely in all directions!!!!! he put his helmet on with no assistance.... Dorna today wanted to steal to make the show and their intuition was to present Marquez as a racer who can win races with dislocated shoulder which no one has ever witnessed not even Rossi in his golden days. But JL stopped this show when he beat Dorna golden boy. Since Rossi cannot bring the show as before they are investing in MM to take it over but JL & DP will never let this happen.


September 01, 2013 8:32 PM

@SavageAmusement, this is reality i had a dislocated shoulder before and the pain was unbelievable, not forgetting that moving my hand was as pain as hell. if you can see MM was moving freely and he was congratulating JL with his left hand during their in lap after the race.... Ben Spies was unable to ride due to the same injury. MM just popped his shoulder out, in 10 min they popped his shoulder back in and he was declared fit and was racing JL to the final lap :) . Steven Spielberg movie hahahahahahaha


September 01, 2013 8:34 PM

I said last week that i have run out of things to say about this kid,and he has fking gobsmacked me again!
Dislocates his collar bone and comes out guns blazing only hours later!
You couldnt make it up!
This kid is something else.
To look back at the comments slagging him off for getting Caseys ride is so funny.
Who else could have done such a great job as Marc has done?

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