As of now, Marc Marquez is under contract with Honda until 2024, but things might change in the near future. Eventually, if Marquez is not satisfied with the options that can be presented to him, he will need to think about other options that might be available to him.
Oscar Haro, the former head of Honda, told the media in a recent interview that Marquez is not satisfied with the way he is going, and that he has another interesting option available to him. “In Spain there is talk that Marquez is angry at Honda,” -Haro said, as quoted by crash.net “And that Red Bull is making efforts [to put him on the] bike that should, in theory, take Pedro Acosta to MotoGP.
Pedro Acosta could be the man to replace Marquez at Honda. It would be a good story,” he said.
Haro on Marc Marquez
During the course of the conversation, Haro revealed some more details that support the statement that Marquez may be changing the team in the near future.
"Marc is very jealous of his team and his parts, I don't think he's happy that Alex Rins tried his chassis. Actually, this new frame made by Kalex was ready from last year and Marquez didn't know anything, he is very sorry about that”.
As of now, there is much speculation about whether Marquez will be able to compete in the Grand Prix of the Americas, given that it is uncertain whether the Spaniard will be able to compete after the hand surgery. Haro believes that Marquez's desire is to return to America.
"Last year in Austin he still had his arm injured, he started from the last position and came back up with a Honda worse than the current one,” Haro said. “His intention is to return to America and put pressure on people like Bagnaia, Quartararo and Bezzecchi."