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Old 08-14-2015, 05:40 PM   #1
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Video: Marc Marquez Nearly Saves Another Crash at Brno

Video of MOTOGP BRNO 2015 CZECH REPUBLIC | MOMENT MARC MARQUEZ CRASH FP 2

Just under a year ago, Marc Marquez used his super-human like skills (and probably a whole lot of luck) to save what would probably have been a crash for the rest of us mere mortals. With the front tire completely losing traction, his shoulder sliding on the asphalt, and his head nearly hitting the ground we all presumed he was crashing. Yet, even after hitting a reported 68 degrees of lean with the front tire washed out, the Spaniard somehow managed to stand the motorcycle up and ride away. The feat was so extraordinary that even Marquez admitted he didnít know how he saved it. Could he have left enough luck in reserve to do it again?

Maybe not, as the Honda rider tried to make a similar save today in Brno, but ended up in the gravel. It only proves that the best riders in the world crash like the rest of us. Marc Marquez is special, but no different.

Check out the video above and watch as Marquez fights to hold on to the RC213V today at Brno.




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