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Admire Marquez's obvious talent but the one thing that always bugs me in all motorsports, the guys who show the most talent early get the best rides. Then those rides get developed to a much greater extent than the others and to me, this actually stunts the development of the rider because they don't learn to deal with adversity in races and often, these young guys end up with a sense of entitlement which hurts their psychological development (in terms of racing). Seems off topic but worth mentioning.
As for the times, good to see Bradders up there. I hadn't rated him that highly but upon learning the uncompetitiveness of the Mistral he's riding, fairplay he has been going great at the tail end of the season, a reflection of a very good development rider.