MotoGP » Marquez: So difficult to win them all...


“...But it will be so difficult to win every race" - Marc Marquez.

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Revilo52

August 12, 2014 11:14 AM

Fact is, Marquez is currently the best rider on the best bike. The Honda isn't the best bike by far though, don't underestimate how good Marquez is. Most of it is confidence, and he is always 100% confident in everything is does on the bike.

Is Marquez the best ever? Perhaps, he certainly has the best bike control the world has ever seen. If he is able to keep winning for the next 15 years or so, then he will be the greatest.

TomIvoh

August 12, 2014 9:56 AM

cossiegaz:
Joan Williams: I hope he does win every race (he's more than half way there) it would make him a great legend, and probably the only one to do it.


You have to go right back to Agostini's stats for the last time it was done, Ago won every race for something like 3 years in a row but back then there was only 10 races a season and it also seems to be the agreed opinion that Ago didn't have a great deal of competition but i wasn't even born then so I can't comment on that. If Marquez wins every race whilst competing against Rossi Lorenzo and Pedrosa then nobody can say he had no competition.


No it was ONLY in 1970 that he did the total sweep: 10 victories out of 10 GPs. But he was the only one having a factory bike (not even a team mate on equal equipment) with an advantage of 25 HP over privateers on old Matchless and Norton....

gremlin

August 10, 2014 10:49 PM
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I would rather like hearing him say "we will have to continue to work hard to win the remaining races but now it seems that we've got a good chance", or something similar. I know they probably work bloody hard all the time to get these wins, but from the outside it looks like he's just riding around with utter ease, not even having to push 100%. When the others say "It'll be so difficult to beat Marc", yes, that is difficult, but when he's got that Honda under him and won 10 out of 10 races from every possible situation, please don't say it's going to be "so difficult".

Yearby23

August 10, 2014 11:36 PM

biaggi: There are rumours that Marc will race both motogp and moto2 in valencia. I bet he will win both races


Question is will his bike be a Kalex or Suter chassis? Will he pick the now underdog Suter?
I wouldn't put it past him winning it but id love to see him bash fairings with Vinales. Give everyone a taste of what's to come in Gp soon, that's if Vinales waits and gets something other than Suzuki....

Yearby23

August 10, 2014 10:01 PM

At least 15/18 i reckon. I think only Lorenzo can fight him properly or Rossi if he can stay like he did for the opening laps of this race over full distance.
Pedrosa as brilliant as he is needs to regain his catalunya fight to get near, sets fast laps too late on.

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