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Alex Marquez takes positives from tough start to Moto2 campaign

Moto3 champion Alex Marquez insists that he is taking positives from his "difficult" adjustment to Moto2.

Moto3 champion Alex Marquez has admitted that it has been a "difficult" transition to Moto2, but insists that he is taking positives from his campaign so far.

The Spaniard, who is the younger brother of MotoGP champion Marc Marquez, has just 30 points and resides 18th in the standings.

"At first it was difficult, but overall it's positive," Crash.net quotes Marquez as saying. "Moto2 is a new category for me and, after becoming Moto3 World Champion with Team Estrella Galicia, we have started a new journey and we are working very hard to try to take the positives from difficult situations."

Marquez is 149 points adrift of leader Johann Zarco.

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Alex Marquez of Spain and Estrella Galicia 0,0 speaks during the press conference and celebrates the Moto3 Championship at the end of the Moto3 race during the MotoGP of Valencia - Race at Ricardo Tormo Circuit on November 9, 2014
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