MotoGp, Marc Marquez ready to justify Fabio Quartararo

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Honda rider ready to justify Quartararo

Eight-time MotoGp world champion Marc Marquez spoke at a press conference after qualifying for the Valencia GP, the last round of the MotoGP season.

Pecco Bagnaia and Fabio Quartararo are vying for the world championship title, with the Frenchman, 23 points behind the Ducatista, having to lead an attacking race to try to catch up.

The Honda centaur admitted that the Yamaha rider’s ‘eagerness’, would be justified: “I know Fabio will push a lot tomorrow and he has to push. If he falls and hits another rider, if maybe he hits me, I will understand. Obviously I don’t want him to, but I will understand him, because he is playing a world championship, not a race. I know he is smart, but he has to do what he has to do.”

After clinching a 125 world championship in 2010 and a Moto2 world championship in 2012, Marc Marquez officially made his MotoGp debut in 2013 on a Honda. Already in his first year in the top MotoGP category, he won the championship ahead of Jorge Lorenzo and teammate Daniel Pedrosa. From 2014 to 2019 he wins five more World Championships, not triumphing until 2015, the year in which he serves as the needle in the challenge between Valentino Rossi and Lorenzo.

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