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As said, Masterclass by Marquez.  I think the same for Quartararo.  But for him, it wasn't going to be today.  Marc did his homework.  It was going to be tough beating him today and impossible come Aragon: counter-clockwise...Marc's forte.
Luvtheracing
Fabio impressed without a doubt during the race, but looking at the test times from before the race, this was going to be one for Marquez.  Who knows how much more these two could have battled?  I'm sure Marc was thinking, I have this, but let's follow this kid and see what he's got.  Maybe he took off too quickly and this won't be a race towards the end.  Many laps later: Whoa, this kids good, better than I thought!  Let's see where his weaknesses are before I get too cocky. Marc, Franco, and Rossi are right, they have to figure out what this kid knows, because he's a terror on yesterday's bike.
Luvtheracing
not just Fabio. This enitre team was moved from Yamaha to Petronas. Wilco, Ramon, and they picked Fabio. Petronas has a boss who supports his race team. The Yamaha problems are quite a bit deeper.  
Jtx
not just Fabio. This enitre team was moved from Yamaha to Petronas. Wilco, Ramon, and they picked Fabio. Petronas has a boss who supports his race team. The Yamaha problems are quite a bit deeper.  
Jtx
It's simple Rossi just block MM in Q with intention, everybody know his character
1001
It seems there are several uninformed readers with axes to grind when it comes to Rossi. The vitriol on this site is incredibly disappointing. Whether it's a genuine dislike, or simply trolling, it says more about them than it does about Rossi.  Aside from his 2015 press conference melt down, which was a huge mistake, age, experience, and his time at Ducati seem to have humbled him. He gives credit where credit is due, admitting when someone is riding better. The fact of the matter is than when the top 15 riders are separated by mere tenths during qualifying, a competitive machine with the proper setup can mean all the difference in the world. It's not an excuse, it's the truth. All you have to do is look across the paddock at riders like Zarco or Lorenzo who did favorably well last season, and can't buy a point to save their life. Does that mean that Rossi's age isn't a factor? Of course not. But, your machine and setup are a huge part of the equation.  One day, Marc's time will come, when he stops winning. We shall see how graceful he is as the years and wins pass him by, and how his fans react. I believe that will be a true measure of his character. Hopefully, he meets and surpasses the test. 
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