The hints that show Marc Marquez plans to break his Honda MotoGP contract
Despite Marc Marquez’s repeated claims that he has a contract with Honda until 2024, there are indications that he may be considering leaving. Honda is making efforts to prevent his departure with a recruitment plan launched in Austria. Marquez has been careful with his words to avoid accusations of lying, but his contract with Honda does expire in 2024, leaving room for uncertainty. HRC president Koji Watanabe has stated that they would like Marquez to continue, but ultimately it’s his decision. Honda is concerned about Marquez leaving, especially with their struggling bike performance and the increasing gap between European factories and Japanese manufacturers. Marquez has mentioned the upcoming test after the San Marino Grand Prix as a key moment in determining his future. Honda plans to unveil their 2024 bike at the test, but there is skepticism within the team regarding its effectiveness. It is understood that Marquez’s condition for staying is the recruitment of specialized technical staff who have contributed to the success of other manufacturers. Gigi Dall’Igna’s name has even been mentioned in these discussions.