MotoGP » Marquez stays top in close FP2


Marc Marquez fastest during Free Practice 2 for the San Marino MotoGP at Misano.

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MotoMarc

September 13, 2013 3:27 PM

I agree with you Infralil, but what's interesting is the gap is shorter to the Hondas and it's nice to see Rossi in front of Jlo but agree maybe it's just Misano. A better guage will be other races. However, lets hope this will give Rossi the added confidence to compete against the front runners. It's an encouraging sign and if they can get the braking/chassis to the way Rossi likes I'd bet we can see glimpses of Rossi past when he fought for wins every race.

nealio

September 13, 2013 4:00 PM

Having read elsewhere about Cal's arm injury it's apparent that this trend to ride no matter how injured you are is out of control. Cal should seriously consider Spies situation, he is out for the season, and do as the Doctors suggest and heal properly. He has nothing to lose this season by doing so but everything to lose with his factory ride next season. The chances of re-injury increase when you ride injured, don't be a fool Cal!

herewego

September 13, 2013 4:09 PM

You have to ride when you are injured - then you are hailed a hero, classed as a hard man and you get the sympathy vote !!
All you have to do is go out and do your best, but you have to remember to just about fall off the bike into your team's arms, let them drag you into the garage and sit with a really pathetic look on your face as if you are going to cry, holding the offending limb in an attempt to prove just how much pain you are in!!! HA HA !!!

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