BOLASPORT.COM – Repsol Honda racer, Marc Marquez, could go down in history as the greatest MotoGP racer ever. However, he still had regrets.
This year Marquez has to fight with the performance of his own Repsol Honda motorbike.
This combined with his recovery from career-threatening arm surgery to a seventh MotoGP world title that would put him level with rival Valentino Rossi.
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Many fans will regard the 29-year-old as the king of the sport if he overcomes his shocking injury woes to climb back to the top of MotoGP.
However, there were things he wished were done differently.
“It will be two moments. One, in 2013, and I will say: ‘Really enjoy what is coming to you,'” said Marquez. Crash.
Marquez, as reigning Moto2 champion, stepped into the premier class and immediately became champion in 2013.
He is only the fourth rider to win in three categories and is the youngest ever MotoGP champion, at 20 years and 63 days.
“It’s not that I don’t enjoy it, but I would tell him not to normalize it, that winning isn’t always normal,” said Marquez.
He also laments the more recent moment and wishes he could counsel a younger version of himself.
“Another moment was when I was injured at Jerez, and I would say: ‘Wait two months at home, you will lose two months, but not two years.'”