Marc Marquez: We made progress, but it’s not enough

Marc Marquez

Credits: Gold & Goose / Red Bull Content Pool

This Sunday, Marc Márquez was in the fight for victory in the Austrian GP until he crashed after switching to the bike with wet tires. It was the first time that he managed to get involved in the dispute under relatively normal conditions. When winning in Germany he faced a mixed scenario between dry and wet. Despite the progress, the Repsol Honda man is still not satisfied with the RC213V.

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According to the six-time champion of the premier class, the bike still needs something more, not allowing him to have the posture in the race he wants: ‘ The bike is still missing something. Then we have to keep working, because in this race I was in the race, but not in the way I want: I want to manage the race, not that they manage it. We’re not there yet and it’s costing us ‘. Márquez believes he has made progress on the Austrian days: ‘But over these two weekends, we’ve tried a lot of things. It’s true that at the Styrian GP I competed with a different bike from the Austrian GP. I asked them to let me use the one I like, although it’s a step backward. For the race, we made a compromise between new things and what we were using this season. I think we’ve made progress, but it’s not enough .’


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