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October 21, 2013 1:10 PM

MotoGP » Marc Marquez explains Phillip Island black flag

1. For such an advanced machine, there was no lap counter on his dashboard? Something so simple couldve helped alot. 2. They wanted to stretch the limit, they have a point that they pit before lap 11 completed, but did they clarify if it infringed rules with race directions? If no, then dont blame race direction. 3. Lorenzo highlighted about pit lane exit, then there shouldve been marshall controlled pit exit, no? 4. Pedrosa slowed at the wrong pit line. If there were 2 lines so near each other shouldnt the critical one be in red?


October 01, 2013 4:45 AM
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MotoGP » POLL: Should Marc Marquez be penalised?

Whilst his mistake wasnt directly the cause of Pedrosa's highside, its worrying that he thinks the ways to go fast is to outbrake others at all costs. Pedrosa was going faster but Marc thought that he could go faster. I dont think so. All he could do was try to outbrake Pedrosa every turn and threaten to go on the inside. This actually slows down the both of them as it breaks the momentum around the turns. Which was why Lorenzo pulled away despite being slower. MM needs to realise this quick. The turn where he actually touched Pedrosa he braked too late. If he thinks thats the way to go fast then God please save the other riders from him. Pedrosa brakes late enough to be able to maximise straightline, corner and exit speed during the race. He was faster than MM in that aspect, he nailed it perfectly. MM clearly hasnt learnt from the incident on JLo. Whats worse is he thinks its justifiable. Wait till he takes Rossi out.

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