Fall of Marc Marquez during the French Grand Prix

inglésfrancéscatalán The pilot has finally CatalunyaCaixa soils in heavy rain at Le Mans Cervera is the second in the World Cup standings, just one point of the leader

A weekend marked by rain has conditioned the outcome of the pilot CatalunyaCaixa in the French Grand Prix 2012. Despite having made some good training, under conditions really complicated, Cervera pilot was unable to complete the fourth race of the season. Marc Marquez has suffered a fall during the rainy French Grand Prix. In the 11th turn, and when Cervera occupied the fourth position, the CX has gone down, in turn 10 in a fall without danger to rider CX.
Marquez, who started from pole position, has not felt comfortable at the start and head prudent and completed the opening laps. In the third round, and from the 11th position, the pilot CX Repsol has begun a new comeback, step by step. But when he was fourth, Marquez has been the ground, in turn 10 of the legendary circuit of Le Mans.
Excessive punishment for the pilot CX, who yesterday won the pole position and this morning, in the 'warm up', also commanded the wet. Marquez is now second in the overall standings, just one point winner, Pol Espargaró, sixth in the race today to win Thomas Luthi.
World moves to the Circuit de Catalunya where on June 3 will host the Grand Prix of Catalunya.
Marc Marquez, pilot CatalunyaCaixa, nc, drop, 2nd overall with 70 points:
"Today it rained and the warm-up I felt pretty good, but in the race had much more water on the track and at the beginning I did not feel as comfortable as in the morning. I've played with De Angelis and I have spent several drivers, so I took it calmly and slowly I have been taking confidence. But you have to shoot in the wet. Went well, was comfortable and confident on the bike, and suddenly a small bug that the bike has very suddenly slip back and I could not do anything. The good news is that we are a point behind and we've got experience in wet races. Now it think in Montmelo, where I have really wanted to go. "
Emili Alzamora, Team Manager:
"Shame about the weather. Since in the Moto3 race we have seen how difficult it is to complete a race in these conditions. Marc has not found the same 'feeling with the bike I had in the morning, during the' warm up '. If I do a review of the weekend, I have to say that despite not having scored, we satisfied the circuit since Marc has proven to make a great pace throughout all training. Nevertheless, we went to a point of leadership and this is most important. We must be positive and see what happens in Montmelo. "