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D-93 with Marc Marquez # 93 – GP Inside


Friday December three: solely 93 days earlier than the primary race of the 2022 season, the Grand Prix of Qatar, which is able to begin on March 6 on the Losail circuit. After two seasons lower quick by accidents, Marc Marquez will attempt to re-join the riders within the combat for the title of MotoGP world champion.

Marc Marquez – Born February 17, 1993 in Cervera (Spain)
Grands Prix: 220 (46 in 125cc, 32 in Moto2, 142 in MotoGP)
Titles: eight (1 in 125cc, 1 in Moto2, 6 in MotoGP)
Wins: 85 (10 in 125cc, 16 in Moto2, 59 in MotoGP)
Podiums: 138 (14 in 125cc, 25 in Moto2, 99 in MotoGP)
Poles: 90 (14 in 125cc, 14 in Moto2, 62 in MotoGP)
Finest laps: 75 (9 in 125cc, 7 in Moto2, 59 in MotoGP)
Factors: three,463 (467 in 125cc, 579 in Moto2, 2,417 in MotoGP)

2008: 13th in 125cc (Repsol KTM 125cc – KTM). 13 races, 1 podium, 63 factors

2009: eighth in 125cc (Pink Bull KTM Motorsport – KTM). 16 races, 1 podium, 2 poles, 1 quickest lap, 94 factors

2010: 1st in 125cc (Pink Bull Ajo Motorsport – Derbi). 17 races, 10 wins, 12 podiums, 12 poles, eight quickest laps, 310 factors

2011: 2nd in Moto2 (Workforce CatalunyaCaixa Repsol – Suter). 15 races, 7 wins, 11 podiums, 7 poles, 2 quickest laps, 251 factors

2012: 1st in Moto2 (Workforce CatalunyaCaixa Repsol – Suter). 17 races, 9 wins, 14 podiums, 7 poles, 5 quickest laps, 328 factors

2013: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda). 18 races, 6 wins, 16 podiums, 9 poles, 11 quickest laps, 334 factors

2014: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda). 18 races, 13 wins, 14 podiums, 13 poles, 12 quickest laps, 362 factors

2015: third in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda). 18 races, 5 wins, 9 podiums, eight poles, 7 quickest laps, 242 factors

2016: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda). 18 races, 5 wins, 12 podiums, 7 poles, four quickest laps, 298 factors

2017: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda). 18 races, 6 wins, 12 podiums, eight poles, three quickest laps, 298 factors

2018: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda). 18 races, 9 wins, 14 podiums, 7 poles, 7 quickest laps, 321 factors

2019: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda). 19 races, 12 wins, 18 podiums, 10 poles, 12 quickest laps, 420 factors

2020: Unclassified in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda). 1 race, 1 quickest lap, zero factors

2021: seventh in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda). 14 races, three wins, four podiums, 2 quickest laps, 142 factors

2008: 13th in 125cc (Repsol KTM 125cc – KTM)
2009: eighth in 125cc (Pink Bull KTM Motorsport – KTM)
2010: 1st in 125cc (Pink Bull Ajo Motorsport – Derbi)
2011: 2nd in Moto2 (Workforce CatalunyaCaixa Repsol – Suter)
2012: 1st in Moto2 (Workforce CatalunyaCaixa Repsol – Suter)
2013: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda)
2014: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda)
2015: third in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda)
2016: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda)
2017: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda)
2018: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda)
2019: 1st in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda)
2020: Unclassified in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda)
2021: seventh in MotoGP (Repsol Honda Workforce – Honda)
2022: Repsol Honda Workforce (Honda) in MotoGP

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