Spanish rider Marc Marquez, decided to stay in the Moto2 class in the 2012 season. Thus, he ended speculation that he will move to MotoGP.
Admittedly, the performance of 18-year-old rider is somewhat sensational in his debut to the Moto2 class. Comes as the 125cc world champion, Marquez stomping by winning seven straight victories, and is currently in the hunt for the world title.
His last appearance at the Australian Grand Prix last weekend's most impressive. After a penalty one minute of causing horror crash during free practice and should start from the order of 38, Marquez is able to finish in third place. These results make him lose his position as leader of the standings, but only three points behind the standings leader, Stefan Bradl.
Fantastic season sparked some speculation that Marquez would go up to MotoGP. However, the Spaniard was dismissed after making sure that he stays in MotoGP on the 2012 season.
"I was very young, and the option to stay in Moto2 is best for me," said Marquez told Spanish television, RTVE, Thursday (20/10/2011). "It is true that there are a number of talks with MotoGP teams, and quotes from multiple satellite team. However, the grade is not the best option at this time."
"The best thing is to continue gait here for several more years as planned, and as much as possible the experience."
Marquez insists he did not want to be too quick plunge in the competition that is too harsh.
"The targets we are early in the season decides to grow and expand in Moto2. What happens is, our achievement in high level, as expected. However, the decision can be taken is to survive for another year, regardless of the results achieved , "he said.