Marc Marquez

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Full Name : Marc Marquez

Country : Spain 🇪🇸

Career Statistics

Races : 8 | Poles : 93 | Wins : 85



Marc Marquez, after an illustrious career with Honda, will embark on a new journey with Gresini Ducati in 2024, prompted by the challenges he faced with Honda in recent years.

Teaming up with his younger brother Alex, the Marquez duo forms one of the most formidable partnerships on the grid.

With two winless seasons behind him, Marquez aims to reverse the trend now that he’s riding the previous season’s title-winning machine.

A dominant force in the 125cc and Moto2 categories, Marc Marquez stormed into MotoGP in 2013, exceeding all expectations with his rapid adaptation to the premier class.

His debut season saw him clinch podiums and victories with remarkable consistency, establishing himself as a serious title contender. Despite facing challenges from seasoned competitors like Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa, Marquez emerged triumphant, becoming the youngest MotoGP champion and the first rookie winner since 1978.

In 2014, Marquez’s stellar performance continued with a near-flawless campaign, marked by ten consecutive victories. His aggressive riding style and unmatched speed propelled him to another championship title, firmly establishing his dominance.

The following year, however, proved to be more challenging, with Marquez grappling with technical issues and enduring a string of DNFs. Despite the setbacks, he showcased his resilience with several race wins, finishing the season on a high note.

In 2016, Marquez secured his third MotoGP title, navigating Honda’s technical struggles with a strategic approach focused on consistent podium finishes. Despite facing intense competition and a record number of falls, Marquez’s determination and skill prevailed, earning him another championship crown.

In the subsequent years, Marquez continued to excel, overcoming injuries and technical setbacks to clinch multiple victories and titles. Despite enduring a challenging period marked by surgeries and rehabilitation, Marquez’s indomitable spirit and unwavering commitment to success remained undiminished.

His move to Gresini Ducati in 2024 signals a new chapter in his career, as he seeks to reignite his winning form and add to his impressive list of achievements in MotoGP.