Alex Márquez is counting down the days until the season ends and he can put an end to his time at Honda. The Cervera rider, Moto3 and Moto2 world champion, did not hide his anger with the brand in recent appointments, which he accuses of not giving him factory support since he announced his signing for Ducati.
“I signed for two years and I have a factory contract, so they should give me everything. KTM has let Oliveira try new things,” said Márquez at the end of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
In the end, a rider who leaves will not go to the new factory and say that he has tried a harder or softer swingarm, because we do not know,” reflected Alex, who has not received any evolutions “since Silverstone.”
The race didn’t go much better either, and he said he felt like a “passenger” when riding in dry conditions. “It was sad, nothing we didn’t expect given the circumstances and the long lap ,” he said.
“The race seemed eternal to me, I gave my best, more than anything, out of respect for the team. It makes me angry when the team works so hard, how involved they are, but there is no help. I feel helpless,” said Alex, who crossed the finish line 17th , outside the points.
Marc’s little brother left some not-so-innocent statements , and assured that he is “happy” to see the Ducati in the first positions . “Honestly, the only thing that motivates me when I have a bad day is to go back to the garage and see that the Ducatis are up front. I’m glad to see them there.”
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