That's right. No one probably had the pace of Marc and maybe he was also not pushing harder.Andres125sx wrote: ↑Tue Oct 05, 2021 6:56 amIf none was behind him, was because none had the pace to be behind him. He knew Fabio was not going to risk a crash, so he probably didn´t push too hard either
And crazy crash in Moto3, I think Acosta broke the world record of longest jump with a GP bike Luckily none got hurt, not even Acosta after hitting the barriers
I think all you said are more or less true about Fabio vs MM. But I think MM always competitive here with honda bike. Look that Nakagami, he was also there. Plus, yamaha struggling with the tyres at some races. Very bumpy track which bring additional crash risk. So probably if Fabio would want to fight for win he had to push hard to keep up with MM and that still can not be enough to win. So it is safer to stay at 2nd.Cuky wrote: ↑Wed Oct 06, 2021 5:20 pmI think Fabio would push Marc like he pushed Bagnaia in Misano if they were fighting for the championship. But Fabio knew that Marc is nowhere near him in championship and that Bagnaia is behind him which means that advantage is getting bigger. Looking at the state in which circuit was there was really nothing to gain with hunting down Marc, while there was a huge advantage to loose.