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MotoGP: Marc Márquez, 25 years at a pure record


Marc Márquez

The arrival of Spanish Marc Márquez al Motorcycle World Championship It was the emergence of one of the most relevant pilots in the modern history of the specialty. With a title of 125 cc and another Moto2 under his arm, he reached the MotoGP to establish itself in the elite of the sport with another four crowns.

In this way, Márquez reaches 25 years (He was born on February 17, 1993) putting his name among the legends of the two wheels and as one of the most recognized figures in the world of sports.

He was the second youngest rider in motorcycling history to get on a podium (just over 15 years old). He was also the second youngest in history to achieve a World Championship, the 125cc. In MotoGP, he has not stopped writing new lines in the annals of a sport in which he has surpassed the marks of other stars of the two wheels.

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1998
-At the age of four, the Three Wise Men bring him his first motorcycle.

2001
-Debut in sprinting.

2005
-Champion of Catalonia of Speed ​​125 cc.

2008
-Second youngest rider in history to get a podium (15 years and 126 days).

2010
-Second youngest rider in history to be proclaimed 125cc World Champion (17 years and 264 days).

2013
-Youngest rider to win a race in the top category of motorcycling, at 20 years and 63 days. In addition, he is proclaimed the youngest World Champion in history in the premier category (20 years and 266 days).

2014
-Youngest driver in history to win ten consecutive races (21 years and 174 days).

2017
-His sixth title places him among the ten drivers with the most world championships in history, equaling Geoff Duke and Jim Redman, in a list completed by John Surtees and Phil Read (with 7 titles), Carlo Ubbiali, Mike Hailwood and Valentino Rossi ( 9), Ángel Nieto (13) and Giacomo Agostini (15 titles).

-In the premier class, eighth driver to achieve four titles or more, equaling Geoff Duke, John Surtees, Mike Hailwood and Eddie Lawson. Mick Doohan won five titles, Valentino Rossi, seven, and Giacomo Agostini, eight.

-Seventh driver with the most victories in the premier class.

-Sixth driver in history with the most victories in all displacements.

-Youngest rider to achieve 100 podiums in the Motorcycle World Championship, at 24 years and 240 days, ahead of Valentino Rossi (25 years and 244 days).

-Rider with the most pole positions in history in the three categories, with 73.

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