Marc Márquez: “The results are not coming yet, but I feel like I’m driving well”

Joan Mir: “We have decided to go in one direction for the race”


The Spanish driver Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda) stated this Saturday that “the results are not yet coming” on the Misano circuit, during the San Marino Grand Prix, but stressed that he is “riding well” in this twelfth round of the Championship. MotoGP World.

“I have felt good on the bike, I feel more competitive and with a good feeling. Unfortunately, the results are not yet coming and we have finished tenth, but I feel that I am riding well and I hope we can repeat it tomorrow,” Márquez declared to the media. Repsol Honda team officials.

“Again, I was able to be stronger at the beginning of the race and in the second half I focused on defending myself. When we checked the pace with my team last night, everything pointed to us being between eighth and twelfth place; and finally we finished tenth, so it seems we were right,” added the Cervera driver.

“Tomorrow we start ninth, which is important, but the long race will be very demanding. It is something we are working on,” commented Márquez after getting into the top 10 of the sprint race on the Misano asphalt.


His teammate, Joan Mir, finished twenty-third that Sprint. “After this morning, we have decided to go in one direction for the race. At the start I almost collided with Morbidelli, so I lost a great opportunity to recover more positions in the first corners,” he analyzed in this regard.

“From then on I made up some positions and enjoyed the race more, the feeling at the front was better and I was able to ride the bike as I wanted. I managed to overtake Stefan, but then they penalized me with a long lap. ‘for touching the green at the end of the last corner,” lamented the Mallorcan.

“The message appears in Sector 1, where you can’t really look at the dashboard in MotoGP, so I only saw an orange light. Then I did the two long laps, but it was very complicated. I know that tomorrow it can go better,” Mir concluded about the Sunday race.