MotoGP Malaysia 2012: gallery and declarations of the protagonists

The waterspout dropped in Sepang during the Malaysian Grand Prix has brought tail, although we are not referring to the controversy over who to or not for a race. Nor are we referring to the fact that Maverick Viñales continues in his thirteenth, or the fall of Marc Márquez. We want to see the best; the championship of Sandro Cortese or the positive side of a race on wet. That is no other than a photograph more spectacular than ever. Proof of this, that of Valentino Rossi on these lines. After the jump you will find almost two hundred photos of the Malaysian Grand Prix that we hope will be of your liking, accompanied by the declarations of the protagonists.

Marc Márquez: “A pity, but it is what has to run in the wet”
“I was very comfortable on the bike and also, I was very calm because I knew that Pol [Espargaró] was far away. I did not want to lower the pace much because it is easy to deconcentrate with the water and just at that moment it has started to rain more. I tried to go slower, because in those conditions the track was more slippery. I knew that Iannone was close, but when he tried to overtake me I let him pass, I knew that was not my fight.

At the end of a straight line he has lengthened his line a lot and I was able to overtake him without problems, shortly afterwards I fell. I did not expect it, I braked more or less as in the previous lap and when it went completely straight, I have closed the address. A pity, but it is what has to run in the wet. The good thing is that I have not done anything and that the advantage we had in the general is very useful; Now it’s time to turn the page. ”

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