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Marquez: “There are still some things to solve”

Marquez: “There are still some things to solve”

A run of difficult races was broken for Marquez in Assen in dramatic style, he now looks to keep improving in Germany where he has dominated

Assen was Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) return to his previous form in explosive fashion. With the glory and drama of Assen behind him, Marquez now shifts his attention to the Sachsenring and continuing to improve his Honda. A shift to the 2014 frame appears to have tamed the Honda somewhat, allowing Marquez to again take more risks and return to riding on the edge.

Since 2010 Marquez has been unbeaten at the German track, claiming victory each time he has visited. In 2014 the Spaniard suffered a highside and landed heavily on his neck, but was able to continue the weekend and again claim victory. Both the Movistar Yamaha MotoGP riders will be tough to beat, the Yamaha M1 having taken victory in the last six races.

Marc Marquez: "We worked well all weekend in Assen and we have found some positive progression with the bike. There are still some things to solve, but we have definitely made a step forward. Sachsenring is a small and twisty little circuit, unlike any others on the calendar. I’ve enjoyed good results here in the past and I hope this weekend can prove to be a good weekend for us also. The weather can be tricky there so we will have to work hard from the first session."

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