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MotoGP 2014
« : Martie 20, 2014, 08:48:24 a.m. »
http://www.cycleworld.com/2014/03/19/motogp-racing-news-round-1-qatar-repsol-honda-preview-video/

MotoGP: Round #1 Repsol Honda Preview – Qatar (Video)

Repsol Honda Media Press Release:

Marc Marquez begins title defense after recovering from preseason injury. Teammate Dani Pedrosa ready for action after positive testing results.

The MotoGP World Championship begins this week with the on-track return of Marc Marquez, injured during preseason. It will be the first meeting of 2014 and the Spaniard’s first race of his title defense, as he accompanies Dani Pedrosa for a sophomore season in the premier class. The duo form a dream partnership for Repsol Honda’s 20th anniversary campaign.

The best memory of Marc Márquez in Qatar:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qS-JioIdCs

After a stellar 2013, Marc Marquez has all eyes on him as the youngest premier class World Champion in history. Ahead lie 18 Grands Prix, in which he and Dani Pedrosa are amongst the favorites to take the title.

The action starts this Thursday afternoon with free practice, with the race taking place on Sunday night.

Marc Marquez #93:

“Obviously it was very disappointing for me to miss the two tests but the good news is that I’m getting better and the bone is mending. I’ve been exercising more, so I’ll have to see how I am in Qatar, I don’t expect to be 100%, but I will try my hardest. The important thing is to take some valuable points and then get up to 100% by round two in Austin. Arriving in Qatar as World Champion is something new to me, to defend the Title and I know that from the first session the eyes of the World will be on us. Taking my first podium here last year was special and I have good memories!”

Dani Pedrosa #26:

“It’s been a pretty positive pre-season and we’ve completed a lot of laps in both Sepang and Phillip Island. We’ve made a lot of progress but as always there is room to improve. Since we finished in Australia, I’ve been concentrating on my fitness and focusing on the start of the season, my days are pretty hectic with the various training regimes. The race weekend in Qatar is quite long -as it stretches over four days- and the grip level is always quite low the first practice. Now I’m looking forward to the start of the Championship!”

For more information: Repsol Honda Team


 

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