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Did you see when Marquez crashed out in FP, he deliberately dumped his bike in the gravel in a position where when Smith fell he was bound to hit it and break his collar bone? No respect for other riders!
Seriously, I'd like to see Bradl win this year's championship, particularly as Marquez is staying in Moto2 and will be odds on favourite next year. But he's not to blame for the advantages given to him. What racer would turn them down if offered? Like many of the other posters, they do make me want to support the have nots rather than the haves, but Marquez is undoubtedly a great rider. As for some questionable racing moves, (particularly that taking out Redding), he's not the only one to bump and barge in Moto2. On the other hand, he should've been contrite over what he did to Wilairot and came across badly in the way he and the team reacted. Some fans seem to get more enjoyment by treating MotoGP like WWF wrestling, booing and hissing at their perceived 'bad guys', but in that case