2010 The beginning of the Marc Márquez era
A young 17-year-old rider takes the 125cc crown. Marc Márquez made his World Championship début in 2008, and two years later he was already the strongest competitor in this category. Here, the legend of this promising rider was born, a young talent whose limits were yet to be discovered.
2012 Marc takes on Moto2
Even today we still remember the epic final of the 2012 Moto2 season. At the Valencian GP, Marc Márquez started in last place and even the optimists didn’t think he was in with a chance of winning. He took the victory after overtaking 32 rivals. Number 93 didn’t need this win, he already had the Championship in the bag after the Australian GP, but he still showed us how he can face up to a challenge.
2013 Spectacular début in MotoGP
Nobody expects to win in their first year in the top class, but Marc Márquez surprised us all by stepping onto the podium in his first GP and winning his second. On the last race of the year in Valencia, Marc Márquez became the youngest MotoGP World Champion ever.
2014 Breaking records
The RC213V was unstoppable in 2014 alongside a rider that systematically garnered victories. Number 93 won the first 10 races of the season and bagged the World Championship at the Japanese GP.
A thrilling season in which nine riders battled it out for a spot on the GP podium. The key in situations like these: consistency. This virtue lead the rider from Cervera to win the title at the Japanese GP.
A big step forward for Ducati, replacing Yamaha as Repsol Honda’s competition to win the title. Marc Márquez stood up against a new rival, Andrea Dovizioso. They fought it out in some gripping duels over the season, until Mark finally took the title in Valencia.
Repsol Honda won the triple crown in a season similar to 2017, but with a stronger Marc Márquez. Number 93 got 9 wins, 14 podiums, 7 poles, and 7 fastest laps, some amazing figures that secured his place in the history books as one of the strongest riders.
Marc Márquez has completely dominated this season, but even though it looks like a walk in the park, there’s a lot of work behind all of these wins. The Repsol Honda rider has come out victorious once again thanks to teamwork, strategy, and talent.