Marc Márquez: “It has been a fall that is difficult to understand”

Joan Mir: “The result is a disaster, but I have been able to see some potential”


The Spanish MotoGP rider Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda) has regretted the “difficult to understand” fall that he suffered this Sunday in the Indonesian Grand Prix race, the fifteenth round of the motorcycle World Championship, and has acknowledged that the weekend was has been “complicating” even though he has “not” let himself be carried away “by panic.”

“The weekend started well, but then, day by day, it became more complicated. Today in the race I stayed calm, I was losing a little ground, but I didn’t let myself panic,” he said in a statement. facilitated by your team.

The one from Cervera explained that the objective this Sunday “was to finish”, and assured that he rode “with that idea in mind.” “Unfortunately, at one point in turn 13 I lost the front and I couldn’t save it. A crash that is difficult to understand, but now it’s time to think about Australia,” he noted.

For his part, his teammate Joan Mir, who was also unable to finish the race, took positive things away despite the poor result. “I fell, so obviously the result is a disaster, but today I could see some potential,” he said.

Thus, he indicated that he made “a good start,” but then he got “a little hooked on Morbidelli.” “I have recovered and I have had a good pace in 1:31, catching up with the group of Miller and the rest. The only one who has done better times has been Martín, so we have to focus on this, it is a positive point,” he expressed. .

“I’m happy about this, but obviously I’m not happy about the crash. Now we’re going straight to Phillip Island, a track that I like a lot, so I hope we can have more pace there and continue improving,” he concluded.