MotoGP Pol Espargaró and the new generation: “they don’t respect danger as much as the rest of us” – MotoGP

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Pol Espargaró is gearing up for a 2022 season that will be brutal for the weak. Indeed, it is the 2023 horizon that will be scrutinized in MotoGP, and from the first moments. No weakness should be shown to keep his handlebars or conquer another. Precisely the Moto2 World Champion version 2013 knows that he is sitting on a shooting saddle. His first year as Marc Marquez’s teammate was less depressing than his predecessors, but he failed to convince the Honda staff that he could make up for the eight-time world champion’s absence. Quartararo and Mir, the last two world champions, roam around in his RC213V, which inspires him these words …

Pol Espargaró is one of the pilots who may be concerned about their future. And it doesn’t matter if their current suit is relatively new. Time flies in Grand Prix, an unforgiving world, which he accepts by illustrating it like this: I am privileged, I have a life I could never have imagined, a comfortable life thanks to my profession, my sport, I am a world champion, I have an incredible family and I am fine He begins. Then he adds: ” but all i have is because i am where i am. Obviously it’s a set of musical chairs here, here there are only a few chairs and only a few pilots, and who is faster sits in the chair “.

He ends his demonstration thus: it’s this fear i have of losing everything i have, everything I’ve achieved in my sports career in these 16 years and that because of a bad year everything I’ve built goes into the water “.

Pol Espargaro: “i have this fear of losing everything i have because of a bad year

The pressure is therefore allowed in this intervention on Dazn ascent from Motosan. Many top drivers’ contracts will expire this year, a rescheduling that could cause surprises. The drivers’ future is currently uncertain, adding even more excitement to an already exciting championship. One of these pilots whose contract is expiring is Pol Espargaró, which will have to ensure its future through results.

And it won’t be easy, because the new generation that gives points is special. Pol Espargaró defines it like this: ” the new generations have good and bad things, just like me when I arrived in MotoGP at the age of 21. They don’t have as much respect for danger as the rest of us, but there are mistakes that are made. They fall more, they throw the other pilots We will really have to fight tooth and nail to maintain our position in 2023. This is the face of the transfer market:

MotoGP 2023: Factory Teams

Repsol Honda:
Marc Marquez (late 2024)
Pol Espargaro (late 2022)

Monster-Yamaha:
Franco Morbidelli (late 2023)
Fabio Quartararo (late 2022)

Lenovo Ducati:
Jack Miller (late 2022)
Francesco Bagnaia (late 2022)

Suzuki:
Alex Rins (late 2022)
Joan Mir (late 2022)

Aprilia:
Aleix Espargaro (late 2022)
Maverick Viñales (late 2022, with option to extend)

Red Bull KTM:
Miguel Oliveira (late 2022)
Brad Binder (late 2024)

MotoGP 2023: independent teams

Gresini Ducati:
Fabio di Giannantonio* (late 2022)
Enea Bastianini (late 2022)

MetU RNF Yamaha team:
Andrea Dovizioso (late 2022, Yamaha contract)
Darryn Binder (end of 2022, Yamaha contract, option for 2023)

Tech3 KTM:
Remy Gardner (KTM contract, end of 2022)
Raul Fernandez (KTM contract at the end of 2022)

LCR Honda:
Alex Márquez (HRC contract, end of 2022)
Takaaki Nakagami (HRC contract, end of 2022)

Pramac Ducati:
Johann Zarco (Ducati contract, end of 2022)
Jorge Martin (Ducati contract, end of 2022)

VR46 Ducati:
Luca Marini (late 2022)
Marco Bezzecchi (late 2022)

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