The Catalan Marc Márquez has confirmed that "this weekend there will be no news" about his future in MotoGP, because, as he has always said, "all times have to be respected."
"Yes, it is true, as has been said, that there will be meetings and meetings, but like there were last year and two years ago. In the end, the heads of Honda and HRC come and they always want to see the rider, talk to him, see how the situation is," Márquez explained.
"They are constructive meetings and when they are like this, as there were last year or two years ago, they always are and they are always constructive, because they - the factory - are the first interested in this project succeeding and the team continuing to make history as has done all these years," said the eight-time world champion.
"Evidently in no relationship, neither as a couple nor as a team - because our relationship with the factory is no longer one of driver and factory or factory and driver - you don't have to know everything at all times, you have to build it up and the best is to continue like this, which is what it's about, there are no hints," Márquez insisted.
The British Cal Crutchlow, rider invited by Yamaha to the Japanese race, has stated that Márquez with a Ducati could make the championship boring, to which Marc Márquez responded: "Wrong thinking, obviously, every rider, every bike, every team, has his moment."
"No one is eternal, no moment is eternal and no team or no motorcycle is going to dominate every year, so for me it is a compliment, and thank you very much, but young riders come who reinvent things, who go fast, who go with enthusiasm and it doesn't mean that I don't want to, but it was shown: Bezzecchi had a great race in India, Martín did it in Misano, Pecco is having a great year, so there are very good drivers," he continued regarding Crutchlow's statement. .
Regarding evaluating the change of brand, Marc Márquez remarked: "Neither one thing nor the other, the question is being in your comfort zone or leaving your comfort zone. These are two readings. This is where you risk more, or less and I'm not saying it's one thing or the other, but both things have a different merit, with the same objective, which is championships."
"My comfort zone, even with bad results, is being at Honda, it's where I've done my whole life, it's where I have my entire team, where I have the salary that is the best on the grid, where everything is going well. " No? Well, why change?" Marc Márquez stressed.