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Marc Marquez has shoulder ligament damage, but no need for surgery

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TrueFan

September 03, 2013 5:37 PM

@Darkwaknight It's one thing to catch 'em, it's another to pass 'em. Lorenzo and Marquez were playing mobile chess with each other. To me, Pedrosa never looked like he could attack them, even though he got to them relatively easily. If it wasn't his tyres, maybe it was him. He's only a little bloke!

Niva

September 03, 2013 7:21 PM

Yeah, Danny caught them and he had faster pace, but I think he did the sensible thing and remained behind them with the hope they would crash. How they put those passes on each other in the last 3 laps without crashing was amazing...

Anyways i thought Danny's gamble was a good one. Lorenzo was clearly riding with a win or bin attitude and the last thing Danny needs is to get hurt again. He had a terrible start to the race which is very unusual for him and this was not his best track. I think in the coming weeks we will see some more amazing racing.

Championship is far from over.

krispradez

September 03, 2013 9:13 PM

If some of you really believe he's injured by looking at his face in agony after the crash, you should try watching WWE, those huge bodybuilders really crumbled in pain in the slightest slap, fans loved it, that's why WWE is still here.

dacron

September 04, 2013 7:37 AM

only a fool would believe MM was faking his shoulder , the ball joint popped out of the socket , its simple to be popped back in , he was riding the race with pill and injection for pain damping , nothing was broken so movement under pain killers would be no problem , as we seen in the race.

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