It's racing. He now leads the world championship. The boy has no manners, he's like a kid who puts his feet up on the seat on a train and doesn't care.
He didn't cross the line. It was very hard, very tough, people will look at it and talk about it but Jorge made a mistake to let him in.
Jorge said himself in the post-race news conference that if he had come out of turn 12 on the left-hand side, it wouldn't have been the optimum line but he could have defended his position.
As it was he left a hole for Marquez and the kid took it. In the last corner it's who dares wins time - and Marquez dared.
Lorenzo shuns Marquez apology
All the lads have gone through the classes and there's plenty of pushing and shoving in the smaller categories, but often in MotoGP there is more respect for each other and sometimes there is too much.
Marquez is also seemingly winning the race off the track.
There was a massive crowd at Jerez of over 110,000 and there was as big a gathering outside Marquez's pit garage as Rossi's. I've never seen anybody compete with Rossi for attention before. Marquez is the new Spanish hero.
Whenever he went through the paddock there was a screaming throng of people chasing after him like you see with Rossi. I've never seen that with Lorenzo or Pedrosa.
Rossi and Cal Crutchlow both rode well and the top five are very strong this season. We are in for a very competitive title race. Bring on Le Mans!
Steve Parrish was talking to BBC Sport's Tom Rostance
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