• Marc Marquez Matches 44-Year Record in Germany With Ninth Consecutive Victory


    Posted 10 days ago by Chasen Marshall

    Despite having to start from pit lane, Marc Marquez rallied at the German Grand Prix in Sachsenring to win his ninth race in nine starts in 2014. The 21-year-old Spaniard began the race with wet tires to cope with the light rains, but by the time the warm-up lap ended, the rain had stopped and he and his Honda team opted to change to his slick-tire bike. The majority of the field made the same tactical decision.

  • Man on a Hot Streak: 5 Questions with Reigning MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez


    Posted 16 days ago by Oakley

    Entering the 2014 MotoGP season, there was no denying that Marc Marquez was the rider to beat with a large target planted firmly on his chest. Since winning the 2013 World Championship last year at just 20-years old and becoming the youngest MotoGP World Champion in the sport’s history, the only thing Marquez’s opponents have been able to see is his back. He has since opened the 2014 season with eight consecutive race wins – a feat that was last achieved over 40-years ago by the legendary Giacomo Agostini. Before heading to Germany for his next race on July 13th, we caught up with Marquez to see how he’s coping with it all.

  • Elite Eight: Marc Marquez Remains Undefeated With Win at Dutch Grand Prix


    Posted 24 days ago by Chasen Marshall

    Marc Marquez is quite the showman. Despite eight straight wins to begin the 2014 MotoGP season, the young Spaniard’s run hasn’t been without its fair share of dramatics. At the Dutch Grand Prix in Assen on Saturday, Marquez (and the entire field) battled changing track conditions and made a near streak-ending error. And still, the reigning world champion kept his streak intact.

Marc Marquez

Date of Birth:
February 17, 1993
Cervera (Lleida), Catalonia, Spain
Oakley, Honda Racing, Estrella Galicia, Alpinestars, Shoei, RACC Automovil Club, Lotus, Specialized, Repsol
Cycling, mountain biking, motocross, hanging with friends

Career Highlights

    • 2014: 1st, Grand Prix of the Americas – Austin, TX
    • 2013: 1st, Grand Prix of the Americas – Austin, TX (youngest ever MotoGP pole sitter and race winner)
    • 2013: MotoGP World Champion
    • 2012: Moto2 World Champion
    • 2010: 125cc World Championship
    • 2008: World Championship Debut