26.10.2011 [BSN] - By MotoGP desk RepsolCaixa Moto2 star MarcMarquez's participation in the final race of the year at Valencia next weekend is in doubt after the Spaniard was suffering from double vision as a result of his free practice crash at Sepang necessitated a
23.10.2011 [girlracer] - Stefan Bradl (Viessmann Kiefer Racing) and Pol Espargaró (HP Tuenti Speed Up) completed the podium, as Marc Márquez sat out the race having not been passed fit following a crash in FP1 on Friday. The title will now be decided at the final round in
21.10.2011 [girlracer] - Bradl's Championship rival Marc Márquez elected to sit out the afternoon session in order to fully recover after a crash in the morning run. Viessmann Kiefer Racing's Bradl edged Espargaró (Pons HP 40) by two-hundredths of a second for the top spot in
15.10.2011 [girlracer] - Championship leader Marc Márquez (Team CatalunyaCaixa Repsol) had a one-minute penalty added to his time of 1'35.298 following his collision with Ratthapark Wilairot (Thai Honda Singha-SAG) at the end of the Friday's first free practice session.
12.10.2011 [bettor.com (blog)] - Yamaha team has declined the rumour that they will look to sign Moto2 rider MarcMarquez for the 2012 MotoGP season. Catalunya Caixa Repsol team rider MarcMarquez is leading the Moto2 championship ahead of Stefan Bradl. The Spanish rider runs a Suter
07.10.2011 [bettor.com (blog)] - Catalunya Caixa Repsol rider MarcMarquez is unsure about making a step up into the MotoGP class for the 2012 season. The Spanish Moto2 rider is leading the championship and has a chance to secure a seat in the MotoGP team. MarcMarquez shared his
21.10.2011 [Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Leading MotoGP riders say rising star MarcMarquez is right to stay in Moto2 for 2012 even if he wins the title at the first attempt. There had been speculation that Marquez could be in for a fast-track graduation to MotoGP on a Honda next season after
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