Marc Marquez is in a recovery phase after his horrible crash in training which led to him having double vision problems. The six time world champion has had it tough with injuries in the last couple of years which has not allowed him to be at his sparkling best which we are used to seeing. But he’s definitely getting better.
Although Marc Marquez had a terrific run in the pre season but that has not been replicated on race day as he continued to struggle on the brand new 2022 Honda which has gone through a massive overhaul. Keeping in mind the injury that was self inflicted by Marc Marquez and this new bike, it could take a while for Marc Marquez to get back to his vintage best. The Spaniard looked average in Qatar finishing fifth.
The former champion struggled for raw pace. While his team mate Pol Espargaro has been able to adapt quickly, Marc Marquez is yet to get to terms with the new challenger for 2022.
Marc Marquez continues to struggle to get back in top gear after his horrific eye injury
Marc Marquez continues to find his feet and Honda needs to be patient because form is temporary and class is permanent and the former champion oozes class and his career has been moments filled of class and determination.
Marc Marquez when asked about his struggles on the new Honda ahead of Qatar Grand Prix. He said, “I was in good pace, I was riding well. When I try different set-ups, the lap time was still coming.”
“But in the end the grip was really high. So, I’m happy because we go out of the Mandalika test with the job done.”
“It’s true I need more, I still don’t have that special feeling with the bike. But I’m happy.” As reported by autosport.
Marc Marquez is one of the most talented riders in MotoGP ever since the departure of the legend Valentino Rossi from the sport. Hence, fans always look forward to a sparkling performance from him and we all hope that he get back in top gear sooner rather than later.
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