Marc Márquez hates Sundays

They must be hateful Sundays for Marc Márquez

Marc-Márquez-hates-Sundays

They must be hateful Sundays for Marc Márquez. Unable to compete and, in addition, seeing in each race a MotoGP title that bore his name disappears for another year. Only an injury could prevent the obvious and that was the case with his crash on the first round in Jerez and the serious consequences that kept him in dry dock. Because in other circumstances it would have been crowned for the ninth time, the seventh in the premier category, I would say with absolute security. With all my respect for the rest of the grid, none of his rivals seem in serious condition to stand up to a champion who already showed his form on that weekend that ended up being disastrous for his ambitions. And it is not an opinion, it is visible in each grand prize.

Reviewing the data of the season, it is evident the absence of a leader capable of taking over from ilerdense. But beyond the numbers, I keep the sensations. The drivers are failing and the teams are doing it. Dovizioso decides to leave Ducati at the worst possible moment; Rossi and Viñales' official Yamaha's are worse and less reliable than the 'satellites'; Quartararo accuses the pressure; The KTMs have made progress but there is a lack of consistency among their riders… In such chaos, perhaps it is Suzuki that exhibits a more solvent driver-machine package, although they also have to finish off on some occasions. Because Honda, without its only reference, is neither there nor expected. I said, Márquez must be at home pulling his hair ...



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