Marquez hoping to seal Moto2 championship in Malaysia

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After starring in an historic comeback in Japan, where he also managed to tie his record of podium finishes in a single year from 2010, Marc Márquez heads to the Malaysian Grand Prix with 53-point lead in the overall standings. The Repsol rider will look to repeat the success achieved two years ago and seal the championship in his first ‘match ball’, at a track that does not bring him good memories. Last year, the poor performance of the marshals in the first free practice session caused a crash that prevented him from finishing the season.

Marc Márquez
“We have a 53-point lead but we have to manage the advantage well, because there are still three races remaining. We can be champions this weekend but we face the Malaysian Grand Prix as just another race, giving one hundred percent on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. In the race we will analyse what we can do and where we stand. I do not care whether I am crowned champion in Malaysia, Australia or Valencia; the most important thing is to get the title, although it is clear that the sooner, the better.”

Source: Repsol Media

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