Repsol Honda team manager, Alberto Puig, plans to get a new victory that allows Marc Marquez to close the MotoGP title race sooner or before entering the Asian series this season. The Aragon Grand Prix will be the ideal place for The Baby Alien to complete the competition.
Currently, Marquez has collected 275 points. He is 93 points ahead of his closest competitor Andrea Dovizioso. If Marquez wants to run a scenario celebrating the 2019 MotoGP world championship party in Thailand, then he must be able to secure the first podium at Aragon.
If the scenario runs, then the Spaniard passport driver will collect a total of 300 points in Thailand. That number is enough for Marquez to stop the MotoGP world title competition this season.
With a note, Marquez finished the race in Thailand in the eighth position. So, even though Dovizioso won the remaining five races in Thailand, Japan, Australia, Malaysia, and Valencia, it did not affect Baby Alien’s move to the championship stage.
“Now we go to Aragon and try to win again. That is our goal. This is the only way to become a champion someday. I think the most conservative way to win titles is to win a career by seizing opportunities,” Puig was quoted as saying. from Motosan, Thursday (9/19/2019).
Not only Marquez who wants to close the MotoGP title race. Puig also has the same feeling about this. “Aragon is a good circuit for Marc and for our motorbike. We will see what the weather is like. We go to Motor Land thinking to win, not to the podium. If you cannot win, you cannot, but surely we will work for it, “he added.
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