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Marquez: “Things are gradually improving…”

Marquez: “Things are gradually improving…”

Track conditions improve as Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez goes third fastest on day one in Argentina.

With more rubber on the track and a cleaner racing line emerging, the times dropped drastically from this morning with Marc bettering his FP1 time of 1’42.605 by over three-seconds with his best lap of 1’39.336 on lap 12/15, placing him 3rd in the combined times on this first day.

Marc Marquez:
"I'm pretty happy today even if the track was not in the best condition. In the first session I was sliding around a lot, but in FP2 it was better. Things are gradually improving and we felt progressively more comfortable. I think the key to this weekend will be understanding the evolution of the grip level of the track, and adapting the setup to the changes. But the important thing is that we were able to go out and ride, and we are already at a good level."

 

Tags:
MotoGP, 2015, GRAN PREMIO RED BULL DE LA REPÚBLICA ARGENTINA, FP2, Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Team

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