- what about the going at where you are looking point ?
- what about the noise the bikes make and being able to determine others positions because of that ? I have done some racing myself, and as Japhrodisiac confirms : you definitly know where others are simply by hearing them, especialy when bikes make som much noise like in GP's
you didn't respond to those, probably because they don't fit in your point of vieuw. all you do is repeating your same arguments.
The crowd making noise, the adrenaline of making a mistake and the save and getting going as fast as possible. Of course Marquez knew Espargaro was somewhere very close of him, I don't doubt that. I just don't see how he should've heard Espargaro was a meter to his left and half a bike behind rather than 20 cm to the left and a meter behind for example. There's that big of a difference in the sound in those cases? If the bikes are SO easily heard, certainly no rider should ever be surprised by a position of another bike ever, right?
you presume that this is a fact... I'm not gonna ask you why because you've said so a 100 times. All I'm saying there is more chances of your "important factor" being wrong then right.
I assume this is a fact, of course we can't be sure of anything that happened in that situation short of reading the guys minds. IMO it's a much bigger error if Espargaro didn't know where Marquez was than vice versa.
while I agree these are exceptional circumstances in MotoGP, they definitly are not in 125's, WSBK, WSSP, Moto2, ...
and again your "holy" argument that MM didn't know Pol was in his very close viscinity. Pol was there for laps and laps and laps. Surely Marc knew Pol would jump in the hole he created by goind wide, he would do the same thing if it were the other way round.
I meant that when riders are going side by side through a corner they of course know that the other guy is there, otherwise they would just take the other's space in the apex. If 2 guys go side by side through a left-right combo and then one guy pushes the other off track making him crash, we should be talking about race bans, bc there's no way you could say you didn't know the other guy was there.
As I said, I'm sure Marquez knew Espargaro was somewhere close to him, just not exactly know he was going to be heading to the apex there.