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Old 02-12-2009, 02:33 PM   #1
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gpone.com is reporting Marco will ride on the Dornasaki with the bikes "acquired" from Kawasaki and Dorna footing the bill.

http://64.233.183.100/translate_c?hl...mCbn_0G5BogapQ

Is Marco that desperate to stay in MotoGP?
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gpone.com is reporting Marco will ride on the Dornasaki with the bikes "acquired" from Kawasaki and Dorna footing the bill.

http://64.233.183.100/translate_c?hl...mCbn_0G5BogapQ

Is Marco that desperate to stay in MotoGP?
The guy needs to stay. He is by far the most underrated rider currently in the sport. IMHO......

It's really sad to see him having such a hard time because of one season with a bike that didn't work well for him.
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The guy needs to stay. He is by far the most underrated rider currently in the sport. IMHO......

It's really sad to see him having such a hard time because of one season with a bike that didn't work well for him.
Yes he is certainly qualified to race top level. I see lots of talent and drive in his riding. That said, he has 00 chance of finishing a podium without factory support. Why would he do this?? Wouldn't it be better for him to race F1 or BSK/BSS may WSBK/WSS or something. I'm sure he could work something out for this year and get his ride together for 2010 MotoGP.
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Yes he is certainly qualified to race top level. I see lots of talent and drive in his riding. That said, he has 00 chance of finishing a podium without factory support. Why would he do this?? Wouldn't it be better for him to race F1 or BSK/BSS may WSBK/WSS or something. I'm sure he could work something out for this year and get his ride together for 2010 MotoGP.

Well, I personally would just go to WSBK/WSS etc. and wait for a ride to open up.

But I guess he has his reasons.
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if he moves out of GP his changes of coming back are far to none. New talent is coming every year, they rather try new than old with the exception of a few that have the support like giberchoke
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