MARCH 24, 2017
MotoGP better than F1 says Marquez
Top MotoGP racer Marc Marquez says he is glad he excels on two wheels rather than four.
"I would never have the motivation to be a formula one driver," the Spanish triple world champion told Germany's Sport Bild.
"Just a few years ago, we (MotoGP) were looking at formula one as the model we wanted to achieve. I think we're going back on that now.
"With bikes we have what formula one is missing: different winners, more overtaking, more action, more show, more enthusiastic fans," Marquez, 24, added.
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