Unplayable Game – Marc Marquez visits Tarragona with Pedrosa, Bou, Fujinami and Bust to promote the XVIII Mediterranean Games. Spain will host it next year. So, the media asked to the pilot of Cervera his opinion about the latest Valentino Rossi’s words after the San Marino GP. The Italian champion said that Marquez and Lorenzo stole his 2015 MotoGP World Title. Unsportsmanlike.
Unplayable Game, Marquez: “The war off the track is not my war”
“It’s clear that you can do many interpretations.” answered Marquez on Catalunya Radio. “Valentino has a lot of experience. Both on and off the track. However, it’s an unplayable game. The war off the track is not my war. Because it is very easy to lose. I have to be focused on the track. I should continue to do my job.”
The Italian said that Marc’s behavior was shameful. So, the title of Lorenzo had no value. Additionally, the Honda rider was also questioned about the clashes that are having lately between Rossi and Lorenzo. “It is better for me.” said Marquez. “If they fight each other. I don’t want to get into that unplayable game. I just focused on the track and on the team. These things can’t distract me. Because it is easy to fall. But the unplayable game does not involve me.”
Unplayable Game, Spanish rider is in a position of advantage over Valentino Rossi
There are still 100 points to gain during the last four of the 2016 MotoGP World Championship. In the battle for the 29016 Title, the three Rossi’s retreats were very important. In Texas, in Mugello and in Holland. Marquez has always scored points. The Spanish is in a position of advantage over Valentino Rossi. Marc Marquez simply arrives at least fourth in the last four races to have the mathematical certainty of the 2016 World Title. Vale will have to guard against his teammate Jorge Lorenzo. The Spanish will try to steal at least the second place.