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Marquez Blog: From France to Italy

Marquez Blog: From France to Italy

This is sure to be a hard fought GP since Jorge, Valentino and Dani can usually handle Mugello quite well….

In his official blog for Marc Marquez looks ahead to the Italian GP at Mugello:

Hey everyone,

We’re off to Italy from France! This Wednesday morning we’re traveling to Bologna and from there to the Mugello circuit.

After the Le Mans Grand Prix, I’m really excited to get back on the bike. We’re pumped to get a good result this weekend. This is sure to be a hard fought GP since Jorge, Valentino and Dani can usually handle Mugello quite well. It’s going to be a very close race!

Starting Friday, we’ll have to give all we’ve got and more. I’ll have the support of my fan club, and that always helps out. They’ll be on the Casanova-Savelli curve. They’re non-stop!

Before traveling to Italy, I spent some quality time with my brother Alex this past week. First, it was his book launch. It was a very special moment remembering his Moto3 world title. He was able to experience it with all of us, and it was also very exciting for me. I’ve also written the prologue for the book which is an honor for me. I hope you really enjoy it, both the book and the prologue!

Then, on Saturday night, we were in Rufea where the dirt track championship was. We were there with a lot of our friends having a good time in the best company possible.

Now, it’s time to focus and think about the Italian GP. We’ll see each other in Mugello!

Question of the week:
Hey Marc, yesterday you posted a picture on the social networks of the little bikers that participated in the Copa Rodi Dirt Track in Rufea, and I was lucky to see this little ones race on the track. So if you were to give them some advice, what would you tell them? THANKS and vrooooom! Question from Claudia

Hi Claudia!

In this case, I always give them the same advice: enjoy yourselves. At this age, kids need to play the sport they like, to enjoy themselves, and have a good time. Never because they have to or because they’re thinking about the future. They have to play sports as a way

Best wishes,



MotoGP, 2015, GRAN PREMIO D'ITALIA TIM, Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Team

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