coyote wrote:A move is definitely not made when you are 1/3 bike behind...He had 2-3 seconds to see Marquez would come to his line....[Marquez] was about 30 cm offline
At this point I have to assume you're no longer being serious, as the video and photos clearly show Espargaro even with Marquez. Video playback also shows less than 3 seconds between when Marquez recovered but was still well off line and the impact, so Espargaro obviously could not have had that much time to react. Also, his line changed by more than 30cm (less than 1 foot) when he lost the front, so to accept your version of the events, I have to ignore everything I've seen in the replays.
You still haven't addressed the fact that Espargaro was taking the inside line partly to avoid hitting Marquez, so he had every right to be there even under your scenario where he was still behind Marquez. After Marquez slowed and left his racing line, it was dangerous and irresponsible to re-enter his old racing line without making sure other riders were not there. This is the same reason riders aren't supposed to weave on the straight, or cut across the track for no reason, as it's unsafe for the following riders.
My main complaints about Marquez's move was that in addition to be unsafe, it was dumb. He wasn't going to lose very much time by doing the right thing and not running into Espargaro, so it wasn't worth the risk. By acting without thinking he cost himself a chance at first or second, as well ruining the race for Espargaro.