MotoGP » Moto2: Marquez, Espargaro penalty saga finally settled?


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Marquez is very fast and hugely talented of that there is no doubt (though if Moto2 had a minimum weight limit to match the control engine and tyres then things would be a bit harder for him I think - he already has a massive budget advantage as well). What I really don't want to see is a next generation Prima Donna coming through, who has too much clout and can influence things to go his way just a bit more than it ought to. And I'm afraid that is just what we are seeing with MM and management. There's been far too much of that, and it is damaging the sport. There has also been more than enough incidences involving MM for the authorities to have come down on him far harder than they have done (basically not at all). The organisers are doing MM no favours either, as his overly-aggressive moves might just end up with him being the one badly hurt and the sport losing one hell of a rider. But right now he's got no reason to change the way he does things - I wonder if he won't either unt



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