If you want to dispel any doubts about what was true and what wasn’t regarding Valentino Rossi’s participation at the Aragon GP two weeks ago, read this interview with Ángel Charté, medical director of the World Championship.
After the promising 2016 season, the MotoGP Suzuki project seemed to be on rails. But so far 2017 has been extremely frustrating. But aside from bad results, the worst part of the Suzuki crisis is the manifest lack of harmony between the parties that need to work together to move the project forward.
Márquez has accumulated seven consecutive victories at Sachsenring and started from the pole position in all of them. Undoubtedly, Marc is a master of the German circuit. If he wins this weekend, he will become the second rider in history to win the same GP for eight straight years.
Neither discouraged nor resigned…If anyone thought Marc Marquez’s state of mind would be affected after his crash in Argentina, they don’t know the Spanish champion’s character. “Racing is going for it and that will be my attitude next weekend in Texas from the very first practice session.”
He has been the talk of the preseason and will arrive to the first race of the year in Qatar next weekend as the big favorite. On paper, Maverick Viñales has everything under control...everything.
“The main reason for all these changes is because you realize that through experiences and over time things change and you have to reinvent yourself. You have to find a way to adapt to the times, either with your riding and also outside of it".