Apapun timnya musim depan, Marc Marquez hanya ingin motor terbaru

Marc Marquez, reigning MotoGP world champion, has made it clear that he is only interested in riding the latest bike next season, regardless of which team he ends up with. The Spanish rider has been with the Repsol Honda team since his debut in the premier class in 2013, but with his contract set to expire at the end of this season, there has been much speculation about his future.

Marquez has been linked with several teams, including Ducati and Yamaha, but he has made it clear that his priority is to have the best machinery possible. The 28-year-old has a reputation for being able to extract the maximum performance from his bike, and he knows that having the latest technology at his disposal is crucial to his success.

“I want to be on the best bike next season, no matter which team it is with,” Marquez said in a recent interview. “I have always been loyal to Honda, and I am grateful for everything they have done for me, but at this stage of my career, I need to be on the bike that gives me the best chance of winning races and championships.”

Marquez’s comments have led to speculation that he could be considering a move away from Honda, a team with which he has won six world championships. However, the Spanish rider has said that he is open to staying with the team if they can provide him with a competitive bike.

“I have a great relationship with Honda, and I would be happy to stay with them if they can give me a bike that is capable of fighting for the championship,” Marquez said. “But if that is not possible, then I will have to consider other options.”

With the 2022 season just around the corner, Marquez’s future remains uncertain. However, one thing is clear: no matter which team he ends up with, he will only be satisfied if he has the latest and greatest bike at his disposal. The competition in MotoGP is fierce, and in order to stay ahead of the pack, Marquez knows that he needs the best equipment possible. Only time will tell where the Spanish rider will end up next season, but one thing is for certain: he will be a force to be reckoned with, no matter what bike he is riding.