Marquez: I Would Not Do Anything Different In Argentina

Marc Marquez has revealed he would do the same thing in Argentina, if he was in the same situation again. The Honda driver was penalised for colliding with Aleix Espargaro and Valentino Rossi, causing the latter to clash. Marquez performed this action after he was accessed a ride-through penalty for illegally starting his bike on […]

Marc Marquez has revealed he would do the same thing in Argentina, if he was in the same situation again.

The Honda driver was penalised for colliding with Aleix Espargaro and Valentino Rossi, causing the latter to clash.

Marquez performed this action after he was accessed a ride-through penalty for illegally starting his bike on the grid.

The Spaniard insisted he had no regrets about what happened, because he felt he had to push to the maximum to recover after serving his ride-through.

Asked if he would do anything different if he were to repeat the race, Marquez replied: “No, because in that moment I felt like that. I had to do a comeback, giving my 100 percent.

 

“I would not do anything different.

“At the start, my bike stopped, but it was not my fault. Everything started from there. And about the incidents, it happened to a lot of riders.

“It happened to [Johann] Zarco and [Dani] Pedrosa at that same corner. Dani was injured after. There we didn’t have any punishment.

 

“The important thing for any rider is [to] learn and know when you do something wrong. I did that, but I was penalised for what happened.

 

“We are riders, and these things happen. My brother [Moto2 rider Alex], for example, on Sunday was forced out of the track. This is racing and these things happen.

 

“Every rider has had problems during his career. Every rider has had to apologise.”

 

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