World News – AU – Honda Marquez rider doesn’t think Aragon MotoGP podium is a « real target »

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The rookie became Honda’s first podium in 2020 when he moved from 18th to second in the wet French Grand Prix

Marquez has been solid throughout the Aragon weekend, securing for the first time a direct passage to Q2 from FP3 and qualifying an 11th best of the season

Despite once again posting a strong race pace in FP4, Marquez says the podium is « not our goal » and thinks that just finishing in the top 10 is a more realistic goal.

« Better to start from the second row or something because the pace looks pretty good, » Marquez said after qualifying

« From the 11th it will be a little more difficult, but we’re lucky it’s a long track, it’s a track you need to pass, our bike is fast

« Anything is possible, but you have to be really focused tomorrow and have a real goal, not expecting to be on the podium because that’s not our goal

« I think it will be a good goal for us and keep working and improving and day by day better »

Marquez finished every training session at Aragon in the top eight and finished second in the FP4 session before qualifying

Typically Marquez struggled to squeeze the most out of the soft rubber in time attack mode this year on the RC213V, but he was unable to explain why on Saturday he « struggled to regain control. « 

« It’s true here that I’ve been doing good flying laps from FP1, FP2, FP3, but I don’t know why in qualifying the handling has changed a bit », he said, asked about its performance by Autosport

« I couldn’t get the initial take I got in FP3 for example, so I think the conditions were a bit different

« But I had a hard time catching up the grip, and especially getting an initial grip, because honestly for me in FP4 with a soft rear tire that was quite worn I didn’t change much [my lap time], I did 1m486 s

« And then I did 1m481s [in qualifying] So it was a bit strange, you have to see what exactly happened because for next weekend it will be important again to do a good lap time in qualifying « 

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World News – AU – Honda Marquez rider doesn’t think Aragon MotoGP podium a « real target »


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