Márquez, the perfect pilot

"What sets him apart from his rivals, in my opinion, is that he also dominates in the rest of the factors that define a great champion."


In sport there are no certainties, we know it. And that the forecasts are to blow them up, too. However, to think that Marc Márquez (you have to put the name because his brother Álex did something similar in Moto2) would devastate in the MotoGP race of Germany was more than predictable. And so it has happened. A whole decade without giving option to its rivals, it is said easy but of course it is not. Control from start to finish of the ilerdense in Sachsenring, an exhibition that confirms that this German layout seems made to measure for its characteristics, with its anti-clockwise direction and so many curves to the left. Although what is really significant is that such a control transcends the stage and Márquez would say that he has become the perfect rider.

On his performance on the bike, nothing can be said that he does not appreciate Sunday through Sunday with his exhibitions. What sets him apart from his rivals, in my opinion, is that he also dominates in the rest of the factors that define a great champion. His team really is not, because they are closer to being his family than just one group of professionals who work towards the same objective; in Honda they give themselves to the cause as it can only be talking about a driver of his consistency; Repsol, the sponsor that supports the project, would go with Marc to the end of the world ... Whoever is close to this out of series is surrounded by an almost magical influx, sensations that go beyond what happens on the track. Márquez is as quick as intelligent, as hard-working as he is humble, as realistic as he is a dreamer. What more can you say, what else can you ask for?



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