MotoGP » Marquez: Risk, reward and tyre management


Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez bided his time before making a race-winning pass on Jorge Lorenzo to win the Argentina MotoGP with tyre management uppermost in his mind

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TimCampbell

April 27, 2014 9:11 PM

That's what MM does.

He tries to make a show of it and to make it look like it's really a race.

The Honda is so good it's not even close.

If Pedrosa was a good rider we'd see MM and Pedrosa easily beat everyone.

Boring season again.

MM champion.

Insidejob

April 27, 2014 9:22 PM

TimCampbell: Who is Pedrosa's replacement finally going to be?

They should of fired him years ago.



True. He's only 2nd best in the world at the moment and everyone less than 1st should be fired to give the leader a chance.

eiiipo

April 27, 2014 10:42 PM

Insidejob:
TimCampbell: Who is Pedrosa's replacement finally going to be?

They should of fired him years ago.



True. He's only 2nd best in the world at the moment and everyone less than 1st should be fired to give the leader a chance.


So very true...why keep the guy who set the fastest lap running down that slow Jorge....At the moment there is no one faster than Marquez and from looking at the results/standings......after that no one faster than Dani

CRobert54

April 27, 2014 11:09 PM

Insidejob:
TimCampbell: Who is Pedrosa's replacement finally going to be?

They should of fired him years ago.



True. He's only 2nd best in the world at the moment and everyone less than 1st should be fired to give the leader a chance.



He lost to Nicky Hayden, Rossi, Jorge, MM, Stoner, and would to anyone else on a factory bike.

CRobert54

April 28, 2014 1:00 AM

ProfessorX: only if Marc is told to let them win races :) Its a show, the racing, well, thats what it says at the door.



Haha! We are going to see MM in the stand eating a hotdog just to make it competitive.

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