20 - 03 - 2012
Marc Márquez comeback
With a 1'43 .080 time CatalunyaCaixa rider has won the fifth fastestThe pilot CatalunyaCaixa Marc Marquez completed the first day of official IRTA held these days in the Andalusian circuit of Jerez de la Frontera. Prelude to the start of the season, the test, closing a difficult season for Cervera, however, asphalt Jerez circuit has witnessed the great performance done by the of Cervera.
After the forced break and despite not having made much of the preseason, Marc Marquez completed the first day of the three scheduled, at the controls of the Suter. Its main purpose lay in familiarizing with the sensations back at the controls of the Suter and pick up the pace in one of his circuits talismans. 54 laps and a time of 1'43 .080 made it clear that the pilot CatalunyaCaixa has become energized and with a determination worthy of being studied.
The beginning of the day, Marquez saw a cautious and clear guidelines. Add kilometers and evolve gradually to approach the level of the rest of the field, which carry forward the entire preseason, was his challenge. At the end of it, the results have shown that any outcome would have fallen short because the pilot CatalunyaCaixa has adapted quickly to their desired Suter and signed the fifth fastest time of the day, only 0'453 seconds behind the winner, Switzerland's Thomas Luthi (Suter).
Despite the good result achieved during the first day of practice CX pilot hopes to continue to improve over the next two days.
Marc Marquez CatalunyaCaixa pilot, 54 laps, 1'43 .080:
"I was very excited to do a train with the other pilots. After the test we conducted in Albacete, where we could confirm that the light was good, today was the first time I went up to the Suter. Today was a day to get back to feeling in a fast circuit. At first I struggled a bit because the other guys are still one step ahead of us but towards the end of the workout I felt much more comfortable with the bike. It was a logical step after having lost much of the preseason and now we do more work. Fortunately the bike has not changed much since the last Grand Prix last season and although there are always new things to try I can end up satisfied with the first day of practice. "