MotoGP » Marquez: I should have written off the lap


MotoGP World Championship leader Marc Marquez holds his hands up after a spill during his final qualifying run ruins his hopes of a seventh straight pole position ahead of Sunday's Catalunya MotoGP

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Guna4699

June 14, 2014 4:16 PM

Marc has had a tremendous season so far,, bigger the record at stake is bigger the pressure on you,, 7 straight victorious will be incredible but that needs incredible pressure handling capacity,, time to test marc,,
He is not being pressurised by his rivals performances but due to records at stake which are due to his own amazing performances so far,, go marc,,

Sete

June 14, 2014 4:30 PM

Of course he is being pressure by his rivals. Dani knocked him off the top of the timing charts forcing Marq to do a second run in Q2. He fell off trying to better Dani's time. In my book I call that getting beat!

Let's face it, if it was Rossi instead of Dani getting the pole, we would never here the end of it!

Kimi26

June 14, 2014 4:54 PM

yeah.. when dani knocked him off the top, he aborted his second lap on second bike and changed back to his first bike.. seems overly confident by going for second bike while on top..

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