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“I will arrive in Italy a little later than usual as I will use the time to have more physiotherapy on my shoulder” – Marc Marquez.

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donnybravo

September 10, 2013 11:44 AM

doesn't really matter...

you're as deadly when you are 50% than 100%

the only difference is that the other riders, do get the licence to kind of hope that they can beat you when your 50%. when you're 100% it's like facing the impossible.

go majestic marc... get that title...

powell

September 10, 2013 3:53 PM

@donttestthe x dont think so laa why would he be afraid hes just come of 1 of the best races in his life and he might have the seamless shift gearbox for this race. why say that about jorge when he and dani are practaly the only ones to race with him and beat him and jorge has won the last 2 races at misano.

Codger

September 10, 2013 4:15 PM

Jorge suffered a race where he had zero confidence in his tyre and Bridgestone found nothing wrong with it (they wouldn't would they).
This, or a 'chunked' tyre, could well happen to Marc.
Dani will be waiting to cash in.

DontTesttheX

September 11, 2013 7:44 AM

powell - Why? Because he had to race the race of his life to beat a 20yr old kid in his rookie year who happen to dislocate his shoulder a few hours earlier to win the last race. And that same kid is almost 100% for the next race. Thats why. Stop pretending JLO isn't afraid. He wakes up in cold sweats at the thought of MM. Skooled by another spaniard. Also, watch out his nemesis teamate #46 this weekend. Home race back on the yam, and hungry after mugello disaster...

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