Comments :-) Published on 13/11/2016 18:19 Thank you Mark for giving a great battle in 2016 MotoGP season… 🙂 http://www.mesinbalap.com/motogp Markes Lovers :-) Published on 5/11/2016 3:25 Hi Marc! I am such a huge fan of yours! Eversince you were introduced to me I dont want to miss your schedules on Tv. I even follow you in social medias and read your blog to be able to follow your sched and activities. I admire your determination and strength as well as your eagerness to win in everything. I wish you all the best and good health to be able to do your passion and to make us your fans happy. I see to it that I open everyday my social media accounts to see your pics and vidoes and everything that is happening to you. I just cant help it and maybe someday you can reply atleast once on any of my social media accounts! Ahahaha.. God bless marc! I also registered to tour official fan club. You make us proud in everything you do! Stay strong and fit! Be safe always! Liza Joyce from the Philippines 😚😚😚 Liza :-) Published on 4/11/2016 23:38 Hai Marc! Hope you always safety and success in your career. My question is : Which moment you very missed in GP Valencia? Do you think you can having same moment in GP Valencia someday? Cintia Amalia :-) Published on 4/11/2016 11:41 Hi Marc! 😘 yeah the 3-week Asia-Oceania tour is over 🔚 MotoGP Tour is ended 🏁 it’s a long journey! It must be really tiring. it was a pity you end the tour with a not good result in Malaysia 😟 Very bad luck Marc! but you’re back in the race after your crash. luckily you’re ok and trying to rejoin. Applause for you from your team as you entered the pits. A lesson in never giving up from no. 93. Brilliant stuff! A commendable effort. Great effort 93!! 👏👏 Steel of a champion👍🏆 When you become champions you have lots of confidence. In the last two rounds you made same mistake. Need to pay attention Marc! results like this make you value for more the championship. now The last stop of the season! On to Valencia Marc! Let’s get focused in the last race of the season. Focused on Valencia now. Hopefully you can be much stronger! 💪💪 Never stop fighting!! give it all and Go for the win! ✊ i wish you the best of luck 😊 ¡Vamos campeón! ✊💨😉 Australia was so cold and coming to Malaysia of course you feel a little bit more tired. it’s demanding physically. you were sick, you were in hotel all day as you said in the press conference. the next day you had a stomach problems during the Free Practice sessions. so, you haven’t taken part in the FP2 due to a gastroenteritis. I was very worried about you at that moment Marc 😟 but i’m glad you can ride at the Malaysia GP. take care of yourself babe 😃 You need to take a rest soon. and yeah finally you’re at home now. rest well Marc, you deserve it 😊 The good thing about keep training to prepare yourself for the last race in Valencia, and i wish you all the best for the pre-season tests which is start right after the Grand Prix. Ánimo Marc ✊😄 Best regards, – Dhea from Indonesia @dheayuliani97 :-) Published on 3/11/2016 17:01 Hola, Marc!🤗 Back on the blog! Yeah, Marc! It could be a nearly perfect Asian triple-header race tour if you ended it, unspoiled without a crash on that wet race. But, what really impresses me was not actually getting yourself into the Podium…for I know, you have already the World title but, how you strongly able to stand and get back up again to continue and finish the race. As a professional rider, it is not only measured by time and speed but also, how you handle things during the race particularly, when something arises unexpectedly. Being physically fit to act so quickly are very essential, proving that one DNF is too much maintaining a clean race record. Preparedness and Alertness at all times, still prevails! As I constantly watch evry GP and seen how each crew moved so quickly and profusely, this kind of sport was really exhausting! Not just once, but even during the start of GP week. Evrybody needs to act double time whereas, an added benefit being a part of GP, you were able to travel anywhere in the World, wherever you want to go be it a GP or not. And that’s how you enjoy the perks of being an elite sport athlete belonging to one of renowned Team in MotoGP. But, of course! Not all the time are purely enjoyment, you had to travel for a business trip because of the races you’re going to compete, attend some promotional events and other occassions that needs your presence. It really makes your time table so hectic and busier, specially when the demands are too high where it makes you so exhausted and more often, no time to be wasted. On the other hand, you were still lucky to find a Hotel in Malaysia even better and more accessible both nearer the Circuit and the airport. Finding a little peace and quite surrounding for yourself. Now you know! It gets you more aware, that the usual weather condition from Asian part are more extreme and sometimes, very humid. Malaysia are just one among of the tropical countries quite near in the Pacific Ocean. As I told it already on my previous blog comment, typhoons and storms usually came from the Pacific Ocean where they are created and build extreme weather affecting surrounded countries near it. Like we presently monitoring now, there are 2 LPAs (low pressure areas) are being monitored heading to our country where there are possibilities to become a typhoon. This natural calamities are frequently experienced for a country like ours. It is really scary when you had to deal and compete against natural calamity like this but to pray, keep ourselves prepared and always keep ourselves strong to face it. Specifically, it causes infrastructures and residentials nationwide damage leaving its aftermath. Like sport, we must strongly get up evry time we fall or else…it will always bring scares and fear if we don’t keep ourselves more prepared and alert to strongly survive. I guess, by next time you’ll encounter weather conditions like this during GPs, it would be better to fall in one good decision to just keep safe and always “save the Best for lasts”. Weather conditions are always the “big star” in a GP! It could give you either good results and sometimes, gives you a hard time particularly during wet race. But, if you fought back really tough whether its wet or not…well, you really are “tried and tested”! Nothing will going to stop you, playing the game smarter and fairly enough without compromising anything. I bet, that new line of that passenger car lubricants were among the Best. Nothing as fantastic like Repsol! That’s no longer new to us, Marc, it’s okay because you have our trust and faith doing the right thing to be always at your Best up to 100% beyond limits. You were simply blessed, that’s it! You are kind and respectful in a way that young people looked upon you because of that good example. It lets you finished the race, unselfishly. Two hands up for the Malaysian fanclub! I can’t say anything more, how they gave and proved their efforts are valuable more than anything else. You surely missed something a lot! From your own bed up to giving yourself a full rest in your own home. Nothing gets even feel better and safer, like home. Good to know, you gradually feel refreshed and energized again. A lot happier, “bringing home the bacon” which, the World Championship title and a country’s honor you brought with great pride. Anyway, upon arriving back home…surely, the first thing you do is to catched up enough rest and lots of sleep. Plus, the home-cooked meals specially prepared by your Mom…where Mom’s really knows Best! Taking care, Supporting evry race and providing all what you need, I think nothing you can ask for more. And, having good sons like you and Alex are your parents’ greatest treasure more than achievements you ever had. Just love, love, love around the house! Don’t plan it! Just do it! Resting is just a reward for yourself after a hard fought race, particularly, with Asian triple-header GPs. You can do it anyway, after a training. And I don’t think, it’s a full time training where you still allot a space on your training time table for a rest. We’ll just keep ourselves on-the-loop, for any further updates and social media posts. You always take care! Eat a well-prepare food that depends on your sport preferences to always keep you healthy and fit. Importantly, a well-rewarding sleep for you to get enough rest. Keep strong! Looking forward for the last 18th round in Valencia, not for the World Championship but, for another Championship. This time, for the constructor’s advantage. Ending the 2016 MotoGP season could be as special as having and celebrating a double Victory both the rider and the Team. I furtherly can’t express how it feels like having a day without a MotoGP upon closing the season. We’ll going to miss a lot from you and the Team, definitely! I always wish only the Best for you, Marc! The happiness it brings, in evrything you do and for what you really loved the most. Have a well spent week for the last round in Valencia! Hugs and Kisses! Rooting from Manila, Philippines. 🏁🏍🇪🇸🏆🍾✌🏼️🙏🏼😉😘🤗 Au Vivar :-) Published on 3/11/2016 11:42 Hi Marc!! Are you feeling alright? Thanks to you, I was able to create fun memories in Motegi. I can do my best thanks to you. Good luck for the next race in Valencia!! Have a good rest, take care!! I love your smile!! Mitsuko from Japan Mitsuko :-) Published on 3/11/2016 10:13 i marc! I am Liza from the Philippines, my question is What are your plans after the last race for this year 2016? God bless! Liz :-) Published on 3/11/2016 6:31 Hi Marc ! I’m Ines from Indonesia. thanks for accepting my present on sepang (you know that my friend giving to you,she’s wearing Hijab and she’s running to you,I hope you remember that). and hope you like my presents and please don’t throw it away 🙂 my questions is: 1. now you’re at home What’s your gonna do while your in Cervera ? 2. about Rossi’s fans on Sepang, what do you think about them when they’re “booing” you when your fall and to other riders? Thanks very much :* *sorry for my english Ines :-) Published on 3/11/2016 2:23 Hi marc! I am Liza from the Philippines, my question is What are your plans after the last race for this year 2015? God bless! Liza :-) Published on 3/11/2016 2:22 Hi marc! I am Liza from the Philippines, my question is What are your plans after the last race for this year 2015? God bless! Liza Joyce anterior More comments 2/2 Comments are closed. The comments are closed.