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Marc Márquez threatens at Le Mans: "I'm getting stronger" | MotoGP

Marc Márquez arrives at Le Mans this weekend wanting to continue improving and getting feelings. This was recognized by the Cervera rider in statements provided by the Repsol Honda team. Fortunately, the falls suffered in Jerez did not affect the area of the injury excessively, and he continues with the established recovery process. His goal for this MotoGP French GP, in addition to continuing his progression and having “less complications” on the bike: “It was a good week between races, I was able to rest and continue my training and recovery. The objective of this weekend is to have less complications and continue working to improve, "he said in statements provided by the team. In this sense, he added that" step by step "he is becoming" stronger. " "Our goal is to continue the progress we have been making," said Cervera, who has added 16 points in his two races back to the MotoGP World Championship. The eight-time world champion has achieved three victories and a third place in the historical event of the gala event, although he acknowledges that the layout has its peculiarities. "The weather at Le Mans can always make things a bit complicated, but we will manage it no matter what happens," said the Catalan, who is gradually picking up strength on his Honda after being nine months off the circuits due to a complicated humerus injury.

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Goodbye to 'democracy' in MotoGP: the 'tyrant' Marc Márquez returns to power

Marc Márquez has returned to being Marc Márquez. And that's good news for him, for those of us who love motorcycling and for MotoGP. But not so much for his rivals because, as soon as he respects his health, that kind of democracy in which anyone could win has ended. With the tyrant Márquez… Continue reading "Farewell to 'democracy' in MotoGP: the 'tyrant' Marc Márquez returns to power"