Marc Márquez

Marc Márquez helmet

Personal information

  • Cervera (Spain)
  • February 17th, 1993
  • 1,69 m.
  • 65 kg.

Moto GP

Honda RC 213V

Honda RC 213V

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Marc Márquez

Marc Márquez

Personal information

  • Cervera (Spain)
  • February 17th, 1993
  • 1,69 m.
  • 65 kg.

Moto GP

Honda RC 213V

Honda RC 213V

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Marc, in numbers


8
Titles

139
Podiums

85
Victories

92
Pole positions

75
Fastest laps

234
Races

Marc Márquez, the eternal smile

We’ve seen him grow, we’ve seen him fight, and we’ve seen him win. Wonderful in every way, the rider with the ant-helmet is a force to contend with on the track. Season after season, Marc Márquez goes above and beyond boundaries and limits. Yet, the rider from Cervera keeps on smiling, whatever happens.

At Repsol, we have supported Marc from his beginnings in the Motorcycling World Championship in 2008, when he made his debut in the 125cc category. Our relationship with him has brought us 8 World Championship titles and has allowed us to be witnesses to the great rider’s journey.

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Beginnings

  • 13

    World Championship

    MotoGP

    A fourth operation on the right humerus put Marc out of competition for several races.

1podium
1pole

  • 7

    World Championship

    MotoGP

    After a year marked by injuries, Marc Márquez returns to top competition.

3wins
4podiums

  • 1

    World Champion

    MotoGP

    Marc Márquez wins his eighth World title.

12wins
10poles

  • 1

    World Champion

    MotoGP

    Marc Márquez wins his seventh World title.

9wins
7poles

  • 1

    World Champion

    MotoGP

    Marc becomes the youngest six-time champion in MotoGP history.

6wins
8poles

  • 1

    World Champion

    MotoGP

    Marc keeps breaking records as he clinches his fifth World Championship at the age of 23 — a year in which his maturity as a rider is definitively confirmed.

5wins
7poles

  • 3

    World Championship

    MotoGP

5wins
8poles

  • 1

    World Champion

    MotoGP

    A magical year in which no. 93 racks up 13 wins, 10 of them consecutive.

13wins
13poles

  • 1

    World Champion

    MotoGP

    Marc is the first MotoGP rookie and also the youngest rider ever to win a World Championship.

6wins
9poles

  • 1

    World Champion

    Moto2

    By taking first place in this competition, Marc Márquez is proclaimed champion in the two lower categories of the World Championship.

9wins
7poles

  • 2

    World championship runner-up

    Moto2

    After moving up a category, Marc becomes the Moto2 runner-up in his first year of competition.

7wins
7poles

  • 1

    World Champion

    125cc

    First world title for the rider from Cervera at the tender age of 17.

10wins
12poles

  • 8

    World Championship

    125cc

    Making eighth place at only 16 years of age, Marc establishes himself as one of the stalwart future promises for the World Championship.

0wins
2poles

  • 13

    World Championship

    125cc

    No. 93’s debut in the World Championship, at just 15 years.

  • 9

    FIM CEV International Championship

    FIM CEV

    Marc Márquez clinches his first FIM CEV victory on the World Championship track in Jerez.

  • 8

    FIM CEV International Championship

    FIM CEV

    In addition to starting out in the FIM CEV as a dress rehearsal for the World Championship, Marc wins his second Catalonia Championship in 2006.

  • Two-time Champion of Catalonia before his 13th birthday

    Champion of Catalonia 125cc

    After starting in enduro and winning the Championship of Catalonia in 2001, in 2002 Marc moves on to the asphalt. In 2003 he wins the Open RACC 50cc, and in 2005 wins his first speed title in the Championship of Catalonia.

Marc Márquez

Marc Márquez

Marc Márquez

Marc Márquez

Marc Márquez

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