Yamaha Denied Approaching Marquez

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Yamaha issued a denial that they have approached the Spanish rider Marc Marquez, who very likely to be a squad of fellow rival Japanese team, Honda. World champion 125cc Honda is rumored to be strengthened in the MotoGP class in the 2012 season if it managed to become world champion in the 2011 season Moto2 this.

Recently, the boss Marquez in Moto2 team, Emilio Alzamora, giving an indication that the Yamaha is excited to pick up his racer. To MCN Alzamora said, "Honda is excited to Marc for the future, and I do not if it's for next season or not. Yamaha also wanted him so no one has decided."

HRC confirms that they can not offer Marquez a motorcycle until 2013 even though the source at Honda confirmed to MCN that a request has been submitted for hire RC213V next season, if he successfully won the world title Moto2. But on the other hand, there is news that Marquez got a tempting offer from Yamaha, where he became first Cal tandem Cruthlow at Monster Yamaha Tech 3, before moving to the Yamaha factory team in 2013 - because the rules require that a MotoGP rookie must first strengthen satellite team. However, the move to Tech 3 seems to not be realized, because Andrea Dovizioso had agreed to the contract offered season's satellite team.

Tech 3 boss, Herve Poncharal, told MCN: "It is clear that Yamaha did not want to produce more than four motors, and honest? I have never spoken with Marquez or its people. If he becomes Moto2 championship this year, I think it would be a good move and good to move to MotoGP. But Marquez is strongly associated with Repsol, which already is tied with Honda, and I think their interest to enter MotoGP over the part of the Honda family. "

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