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Moto2: Marc Marquez Blog Returns

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Marc Marquez started his first year in the intermediate category of the World Championship, Moto2, with good results.

The winner of the 125cc World Championship title in 2010 will give details of his steps to the final triumph exclusively for the fans every Monday on his blog at

Marquez resumes his blog writing (Monday) with his firsts comments about the impressive outcome of the Moto2 tests held in Valencia last week.

Through his blog, Marquez, will unveil every Monday to the fans his comments and opinions about how he experiences his job in the racing world. In this blog, Marc mixes sporting aspects with more personal ones of the everyday live of a 17-year old, who already knows how it feels to be World Champion in the 125cc class.

Marquez considers his blog at – after discovering it last year – as an essential tool during the season, as it is his direct communication channel with his fans.

This will be the second season in which Marc Marquez’s followers will be able to read first-hand his comments about his everyday activities in the Moto2 races.

The Repsol Moto2 rider will recount in the first person his impressions about a very important season for him after his jump to the intermediate category of the World Championship.

Fans will know the differences between Moto2 and 125cc, and the areas where he needs to improve. Marquez will also blog about his feelings when he competes in his first race surrounded by 30 riders in the first corner, his fears and many more details that the young rider from Cervera will share with his fans.

Today, the first comments from Marc Marquez will be found in his blog at, after the intense testing week in Barcelona and Valencia.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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