Marc Marquez says life would be meaningless without moto bikes

MARC MARQUEZ, 8-time World Champion from Repsol Honda Team, said that life would be meaningless if he hadn't been in contact with the MARC MARQUEZ motorcycle in this life, why would he come back so quickly if he got into an accident, no matter how big? how much By saying that he wishes to be a professional. And this is the work that he loves. After 2019, he has made greatness. It was the highest point of his career that he had achieved, and in 2020 he was faced with another career hardship due to a broken arm at Jerez Stadium.        “Motorcycles are part of my life. My life would be meaningless without motorcycles. If there is no relationship with the motorcycle When we ride, we always know what happens when you fall. The risks you run into, the pain and potential injuries. Sometimes you just want to go back and compete right away. but it can't It had to wait a few days. But anyway, this is a career. and my passion.” “The worst feeling you get is when things don't work out. When you fall, sometimes you feel good. You can make mistakes and a lot of things can happen. But for a number of reasons you're fighting to get back on track. What I like most is the unique feeling of freedom.”   MARC MARQUEZ speaks through a documentary by the Spanish television station DAZN.

MARC MARQUEZ, 8-time World Champion from Repsol Honda Team, said that life would be meaningless if he hadn't been in contact with the MARC MARQUEZ motorcycle in this life, why would he come back so quickly if he got into an accident, no matter how big? how much By saying that he wishes to be a professional. And this is the work that he loves. 

After 2019, he has made greatness. It was the highest point of his career that he had achieved, and in 2020 he was faced with another career hardship due to a broken arm at Jerez Stadium.

“Motorcycles are part of my life. My life would be meaningless without motorcycles. If there is no relationship with the motorcycle When we ride, we always know what happens when you fall. The risks you run into, the pain and potential injuries. Sometimes you just want to go back and compete right away. but it can't It had to wait a few days. But anyway, this is a career. and my passion.”

 “The worst feeling you get is when things don't work out. When you fall, sometimes you feel good. You can make mistakes and a lot of things can happen. But for a number of reasons you're fighting to get back on track. What I like most is the unique feeling of freedom.” 

MARC MARQUEZ speaks through a documentary by the Spanish television station DAZN.

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