MotoGP » Marc Marquez explains Phillip Island black flag

“When I saw the black flag it was difficult to understand why” – Marc Marquez.

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October 20, 2013 10:06 AM

rules are rules - but its foolish from race direction to decide they should pit in 9th or 10th lap - if a rider can control tyres and push to 11th lap or 12 th lap and pick a fresh one for remaining 7 laps and push even more harder - its his intelligence - force to pit but let them decide when to pit - is it some school timing like?


October 20, 2013 10:15 AM

Racecrafter, you are deluded. Chin up? More like chin down after such an embarassing mistake from his team. Some slaps should have been given out after the outrageous and ridiculous manner in which he joined after his pit exit, trying to cut into Jorge's line like that could have killed the both of them. Especially with his cold tyres. I love Marquez but there is a difference between aggressive and plain life threatening. That was retarded and potentially fatal.

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