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Assen MotoGP: Marquez makes it eight at Assen - VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Free video highlights of the 2014 Dutch MotoGP at Assen, which saw Marc Marquez beat his opponents and the Dutch weather for eight in a row...

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June 30, 2014 8:27 PM

Remember when he was racing in Moto2, how many people in these forums said he'd never make it in MotoGP? That he would get eaten alive by the competition, or crash out because of his aggressive (reckless) riding style? Heh.


June 30, 2014 7:15 PM

Yes...Marquez. Any doubts that this is talent ought to have been put to bed this past weekend. There's no way that software differences could account for the ease with which MM rode that bike in such dominant fashion over the weekend. The conditions were the same for everyone. By far the most difficult thing to do with electronic traction control, is cope with a co-efficient of friction that varies by the minute. It is simply inconcieverable that this result could be down to electro-trickery. There is no way this couldbe down to some perceived "Honda unfair advantage". If there is one, it hase been announced. The only plausible explanation for this result is a riding masterclass delivered by Marquez. Awesome!

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