Eh, that’s easy to say when someone isn’t paying you millions to win. I’m sure he has tremendous contractual pressure and internal pressure to return and win. Who know what’s personally going through his head. It’s easy to say “just sit it out” when we don’t know what’s calling him at night asking questions.He did it to himself in FP4 or post race via MX. His 2020 Championship aspirations are history. I hope he learns from this and takes many races off so he can properly heal. If he does not, he can end his career. He's already had major surgery on his eye, both shoulders and now this. He needs to listen to this and wake up.
Like I said; he needs to get over himself. He’s not invincible.Get over himself? I'm no Marquez fan, but the facts are he's currently the best rider in the world and the rest aren't even close when he's on it.
If he hadn't had that horrible highside on Sunday, he likely would have beaten Maverick to the chequered flag, and possibly even Fabio.
I don't see why you (or anyone) would have that reaction to a racer wanting to race and not wanting someone else to win a championship just because you got injured.
There's still lots of racing left... If Yamaha goes over their engine allocation, that could be a game-changer.He did it to himself in FP4 or post race via MX. His 2020 Championship aspirations are history. I hope he learns from this and takes many races off so he can properly heal. If he does not, he can end his career. He's already had major surgery on his eye, both shoulders and now this. He needs to listen to this and wake up.
Yup! I was watching old TT races at Daytona and RA. To see literally 100,000 people made me sadYeah, motoamerica beat a poke in the eye I guess. It's a shame our 'National Series' is treated more like club racing when it comes to televised events. Personally, I would take MotoAmerica over NASCRAP on television any day, hands down.
Sounds like BS. It was Jerez FP4. But whatever, FP1 in the morning.Marc Márquez' brother Alex gave a little more detail. "It was 7:30 in the morning," brother and teammate Alex told us. "He woke up a little bit earlier than me and I was sleeping. So I was on my bed and he woke me already with the arm broken. He was only trying to go for a walk with the dogs, to walk a bit and relax, and opening a big window - it's like a door window - broke the arm." The window, he clarified in Spanish, were actually glass patio doors which opened up onto the patio of the house the Márquez brothers share.