Marquez hoping for dry weekend after good preparation for British Grand Prix

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The Silverstone Circuit in Great Britain plays host to the sixth round of the 2012 MotoGP World Championship this weekend. After a successful visit to Montmeló the Repsol competitors will continue their fight for glory at the British track. It is the largest layout on the calendar at 5,900 metres.

Marc Márquez has a particular fondness for the British GP. He took his first victory at the event in his debut season — albeit at Donington Park — and kept up his success when the Grand Prix moved to its current location. He was the 125cc winner at Silverstone in 2010, whilst last year he did not finish the race for which he started on pole in Moto2.

Marc Márquez “I am very excited about starting practice for the British Grand Prix. Silverstone is a circuit that I like, with good memories from the 125cc race that I had there. It suits me, but we will have to see what the weather does. I would like it to be a dry weekend, in order to take on every session in similar conditions. We have been able to prepare better for this race. Since Montmeló I have been able to train normally, which I hadn’t been able to do since the crash at Le Mans”.

Source: Repsol Media

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