I'm not getting where you're coming from Baldy. Firstly, MM hasn't taken anyone "out' in his entire MotoGP career.
You have a rather short memory. He took out his own teammate last year at Aragon, and was given a penalty point.
"Marc Marquez has been handed a penalty point for his role in the incident with Dani Pedrosa at Aragon. On lap 6 of the Aragon race, Marquez braked a little too late for Turn 12, found himself running into the back of his teammate Dani Pedrosa, the picked the bike up to run it wide. In doing so, he just touched the back of Pedrosa's bike, severing the rear wheel speed sensor and sending the Honda's traction control system into full power mode, causing Pedrosa to be thrown from the bike when he opened the throttle."
Secondly, he has never thrown any hissy fits unlike Rossi has over the past week.
Errr, did I say he had? Read my post again.
Thirdly, Rossi and Rossi alone is responsible for "taking out" Marquez at Sepang and, in the process, pretty much taking himself out of the championship with the penalties he brought on himself by his undeniably unprofessional and unsportsmanlike behavior.
Oh PLEASE....cut out the silliness. Your obvious bias is showing here.
Marquez was so clearly itching for a fight with Rossi. He wanted to dominate Rossi due to Rossi's comments on Thursday. He thought he could dominate Rossi as he's done with other riders throughout his career. Well, it didn't work out for him in the race, but he did at least get to achieve what his ultimate goal was, and that is to make it virtually impossible for Rossi to win a 10th title. Mission accomplished. Yay!
I too would have liked to have seen the title decided by a head to head battle between Lorenzo and Rossi at Sepang and the final round at Valencia but it is Valentino who has made this an impossible scenario.
Even with everything that's happened, Marquez is publicly taking the high road. He has never behaved less than a gentleman in addressing the media so your comments referring to him as a spoiled brat couldn't be further off "the Mark".
Spoiled brat.....is a term I used to describe someone who regularly rides above his ability. Six crashes in one season is pretty clear evidence of that. Crashing into others multiple times is evidence of that.
Ask the other competitors what they think of him. Ask his own teammate, for that matter. Ask Ianone if he believed that Marquez was deliberately obstructing them in Australia.
He's a very clever, very talented, awesomely fast young man. But don't think for a second his a little saint. He definitely ain't that......and Jarvis said it best. Listen to his words. He's not an idiot.