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Matthew Birt  says:

Marquez: No pressure to extend winning streak

Reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez has played down the pressure and expectation to continue his scintillating start to 2014 at the legendary Le Mans track this weekend. The Spaniard is bidding to become the first rider since Giacomo Agostini in 1972 to win the season’s opening five races in France on Sunday. And success in Sunday’s fifth round would make him...

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rocketri17

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rocketri17 says:

As if

anyone thinks someone other than MM will win on Sunday. Incredible, history in the making.  

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TrumpetTriple

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You never know

He could have a bit of bad luck, he had a huge amount of good fortune last season with all those crashes ( 15 ) and no particualr injury unlike Jorge and his 3 crashes and two shoulder injuries.

Otherwise, so what, it's exciting to watch, i could watch him wrestling the Honda all day and not get bored and if Rossi, Jorge and Dani are scrapping nearby al lthe better.

 

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gwcrim

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gwcrim says:

Someone will beat him soon.  If J-Lo could get his head on straight and put in a good race, he's capable.  I'd love to see Rossi get by him but I have my doubts that he's really up to it.  I think to beat MM, you'd have to surprise pass him in the last corner.  Otherwise, he'd stalk you down.

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aintnothin

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aintnothin says:

MM and the Honda

are the best package today, well at least as far as last Sunday.

Of course an accident or some other incident (getting one's traction control severed, or having Bautista run into you) could interfere.

If DP gets a good start then I think we'd have a good fight.

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cheekymonkey

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cheekymonkey says:

Marquez

is a phenomenon. He`s one of a kind who comes along every other generation. 

If he doesn`t win on Sunday it will hardly matter. Barring injury, which all the riders are at risk of, he will win the championship this year and next year and....so on!
Coming second to this guy is no shame. He`s on a different level. I think the championship "battle" is in effect the race for second place. Lets face it all the others are thereabouts-ish timewise, Marquez has nearly a second advantage over the rest. 
Jorge will recover but will not come close to Marquez.

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