Marc Márquez, impassive before closing his signing for official Ducati: “I’m very calm”

Ducati had a busier weekend in Mugello. His star, Pecco Bagnaia, got the most points. He won the sprint and the long race. And, to make matters worse, Enea Bastianini finished in second position in Sunday’s event. That is to say, they shined on the track. Another thing was when it came to deciding who would go to the factory team in 2025…

Initially, the chosen one would be Jorge Martinbut, in the end, in an unexpected turn of events, the figure of Marc Márquez. The ’93’ he made an order (he refused to join the ranks of Prima Pramac) to the signing of Borgo Panigale that in the end had an effect. Well, on Monday it became known that Martinator will race in the ranks of Aprilia next year. And what remains to be closed is the ascend from the eight-time champion to the factory team. The truth is that there is no longer any doubt, since, to make matters worse, it has also been confirmed that The beast will not continue in red (will run in GasGas Tech3 with a KTM in 2025).


More and more comfortable with the Ducati

Last Monday, Marc spoke after the test day in Mugello. He didn’t want to reveal anything, but if you read between the lines he doesn’t need to say much more. “I am very calm, I am giving my one hundred percent and I feel comfortable. But we’ll see what happens. “I am giving my one hundred percent to have more possibilities,” she said in statements to the official website of the contest.

I feel super good with the Ducati; I already understand how to pilot it

Marc Marquez (Gresini Racing)

The announcement will come soon. That seems obvious, since there is no longer any obstacle. For Marc it’s all good news, since he feels more and more comfortable behind the handlebars of the Ducati Desmosedici GP23. “I feel very good with the bike. I already said it in Jerez: I feel like I am part of the motorcycle, we are oneeither. Of course in some races I have more problems; for example in Le Mans or Catalonia, where I had a lot of problems on Friday. But in Mugello we were competitive from the beginning. There are still little things to understand. But the bike, how to ride it, I already understand. The rest are small details,” said the eight-time world champion.


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