MotoGP » Marquez powerslides to home Aragon pole


Marc Marquez takes pole position for the Aragon MotoGP.

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Valentinokee46

September 28, 2013 1:56 PM

What did i say you....?Gonna be a arrogant aragon race...Top 4 got split in just tenths...Wait for the cheers...listen to the crowd...Valentino rossi....Gonna be a threat for the leading group.....Go Go Go!!!
9 times world champion is not a eaasy job bashersss

kane

September 28, 2013 2:01 PM
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first time we have seen Rossi in red in all 3 sectors.. he is really on the pace, just pipped at the end.. nothing seperating top 4,
2nd row doesnt show it but that was by far his best qualy this season.

crashnetdummies

September 28, 2013 2:12 PM

Unless they suffer a major tyre drop-off in the 2nd part of the race, I can't see how the Repsol boys don't make 1 and 2 tomorrow.

Qualifying is one thing and JLo's shown a decent consistency over 17 laps in FP4, but in terms of race pace MM and DP are clearly faster than JLo and Rossi in the first 10 laps at the moment.

Gonna be way tougher than Misano for Lorenzo tomorrow.

crashnetdummies

September 28, 2013 2:20 PM

Soft front slick won't last a race distance, they don't cut it for 5 consecutive laps just to start with.

Keep clicking on the disagree icon as much as you want but at the moment the Honda boys are on a another level.

Guna4699

September 28, 2013 2:23 PM

Something happening to Rossi looks reverse... He spoke a lot about seamless shift assisting him in race distance more than in qualifying,, but he is doing better in quali than in race...

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