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Cast your mind back 2 years, Marquez rookie season in Moto2 vs Bradl who had experience in the class, Marquez showed flashes of brilliance, wasn't intimidated by the hard riding of people like Redding, but inconsistency cost him the title. I suspect it will be the same in MotoGP, flashes of brilliance, won't be intimidated by hard riding Rossi/Crutchlow types. Bradl has a years experience, and is on a good bike, so he should be a good yardstick to measure Marquez against, well, certainly for the first year anyway.