The 2017 MotoGP pre-season came to an end today with the third and final night of testing in Qatar. The timesheets saw Marc Márquez ending in 10th place (1’54.990” on lap 12 of 47).
Marc Marquez will celebrate his 150th Grand Prix this weekend in Valencia. He has triumphed on twice at Valencia (2014 in MotoGP and 2012 in Moto2) and has claimed four podiums at the track.
Marc Marquez’ record of being the only rider in the World Championship to score points at every race came to an end at the Australian Grand Prix, as the Repsol Honda Team rider crashed out at Phillip Island.
Newly crowned five-time World Champion back in action at Phillip Island. Marc Marquez holds two wins at Philip Island (2010 in 125cc and 2015 in MotoGP) and two podiums in Moto2 (2012 and 2011).
Repsol Honda Team rider takes fifth win of the season in Japan, where he had never won before in MotoGP. In doing so, he sealed his fifth title in seven years and becomes the youngest rider to do so.
Marc Marquez will be crowned champion if he wins the race, Valentino Rossi finishes 15th or lower and Jorge Lorenzo finishes off the podium. The Cervera rider has two Japanese GP wins in 125cc and Moto2, but his best results in MotoGP are respective second places in 2013 and 2014.
Repsol Honda Team rider takes fourth win of the season, extends his advantage in the overall standings to 52 points and matches Mick Doohan for victories.
Marc Marquez has two victories at MotorLand Aragon: One in Moto2 in 2009 and another in MotoGP in 2013. The Spaniard has a 43-point lead in the MotoGP standings with 5 races remaining, and is the only rider to have scored points at every race this season.
Marc Marquez finishes fourth and salvages points from a difficult race in the San Marino Gran Prix, which is the 13th round of the MotoGP World Championship.
Marc Marquez has achieved victory at Misano in three classes: Once in 125cc (2010), twice in Moto2 (2011 and 2012) and once in MotoGP (2015).He gets to San Marino being the only rider in the Championship to have scored points at every GP.
Marc Marquez has two victories at the Silverstone circuit: One in 125cc in 2010 and one in MotoGP in 2014. After eleven races, the Cervera rider leads the series with a 53-point advantage over his closest rival.
Marc Marquez will be in action for a second consecutive week, heading to the historic Brno circuit after a challenging Austrian GP.
The Repsol Honda rider, Marc Márquez, finishes Repsol fifth on Austria’s return to the MotoGP calendar. The rider takes important points for the overall standings.
Marc Marquez has taken 6 wins at Sachsenring, at all levels of Grand Prix racing, and he comes into the German GP as the World Championship leader, with an advantage of 24 points over his nearest rival.
Marc Marquez gets to the Dutch Grand Prix with the goal of maintaining the positive momentum after the great race he completed in the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Raceday at the Catalan GP began with an emotional minute’s silence in memory of Luis Salom and culminated in an exciting MotoGP race, in which Marc Marquez finished second. The three riders on podium paid tribute to Salom -who died on Friday following an accident in practice- on the podium.
Marc Marquez has two victories at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya: One in 125cc in 2010 and one in MotoGP in 2014. Cervera rider look to carry the positive momentum of Mugello over to Catalan GP this weekend.
Marc Marquez is the only MotoGP rider to have finished on the podium at every race so far this season. At Le Mans, Marc Marquez has taken 3 pole positions from 3 MotoGP races.
On the first visit to the Circuit of the Americas in 2013, Marc Marquez achieved his first win in MotoGP. He repeated the feat in both 2014 and 2015.
Marc Marquez already knows what is to win in Argentina and has set the best time in practice in the two previous visits to the Argentinian track.
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez has taken an incredible victory at the Australian GP after producing an extraordinary last lap in Phillip Island.
Repsol Honda’s Dani Pedrosa has taken a fantastic win while Reigning World Champion Marc Marquez, who is nursing an injured left hand, managed to come home 4th in the wet race.
It was a day of mixed emotions at the Aragon GP for the Repsol Honda Team as Dani Pedrosa was engrossed in an historic battle with Valentino Rossi – coming out on top to take second place – but pole man Marc Marquez sadly crashed out.
Allianz Seguros and Marc Márquez are starting up the new initiative of Laps for Life 93: the creation of the first Allianz Junior Motor Camp. From November 18th to 22nd, 20 kids from around the world will enjoy five unique days with all expenses paid. The lucky winners will have the chance to enjoy what they love the most –motorcycles– on the Rufea Circuit (Lleida) with the greatest coach possible
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez took a remarkable victory in difficult conditions at the San Marino GP – one of just three circuits where he has not previously won in the premier class (along with Motegi and Phillip Island), but Dani Pedrosa was hindered from seeing his pit board clearly causing him to miss the prime window to swap bikes.
Reigning World Champion, Marc Marquez, crashed out of today’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone whilst fighting for the lead in the rain in an accident-filled race.
Repsol Honda riders Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa experienced very different races today in the Czech Republic in front of 138,000 fans. Starting from second on the grid, Marc held his position behind pole man Jorge Lorenzo from the beginning.
The Red Bull Indianapolis GP provided two memorable battles with Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez emerging victorious over Jorge Lorenzo, and Dani Pedrosa battling with Valentino Rossi but narrowly missing out on a podium. Marc and Dani both lost a position on the opening lap, dropping down to 2nd and 3rd respectively as the race began under a constant threat of a thunderstorm. Together with Jorge and
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez has sealed a perfect weekend in Germany after his sixth victory in a row in Sachsenring, recording a new race lap record en route to victory, following his pole position record yesterday. Teammate Dani Pedrosa also had a strong race, fending off Championship leader Valentino Rossi to take a well earned second place.
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez has experienced another strange race weekend in Assen at the Dutch TT. Qualifying 3rd on the grid for today’s 26 lap race, he showed strong pace throughout the practice sessions. Marc had a good start to the race moving up to 2nd place behind Valentino Rossi on the first lap.
It was a day of mixed fortunes for the Repsol Honda Team, with Dani Pedrosa claiming his first podium of the season and reigning World Champion Marc Marquez crashing out of the Catalunya GP, from second place.
To mark this year’s World Environment Day, FIM Environmental Ambassador Marc Márquez, World MotoGP champion, and his brother Alex Márquez, World Champion in Moto2, are joining in the celebrations and, in coordination with Dorna, official Promoter of Moto GP, the FIM International Environment Commission (CIE) is presenting an awareness-raising video reflecting the official theme of the 2015 WED.
Today’s GP of France was a tough race for the Repsol Honda riders, Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa. Marc dropped back to 4th from pole position with Dani moving up one place to 7th as the 28 lap race got underway. Unfortunately, Dani lost the front in turn three on the second lap, but was able to rejoin the race – albeit in last place.
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez produced a stellar performance to close the gap in the Championship with a well earned second place at the GP of Spain in front of 122,000 spectators. Teammate Hiroshi Aoyama unfortunately crashed out of the race but thankfully escaped serious injury.
Repsol Honda rider operated on this afternoon to treat fracture to little finger of left hand, suffered while training dirt track. His participation in the Spanish Grand Prix has not been ruled out. Reigning MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez has been successfully operated on this afternoon by Dr. Xavier Mir, Head of the Unit for Hand and Upper Extremities Pathology at the Hospital Universitario Q
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez enjoyed a strong start from pole position, tussling for first place on the opening lap with Lorenzo and Aleix Espargaro and took the lead as they crossed the line for the first time. He pushed to open a gap over the rest of the riders and by lap thirteen he was benefitting from his hard option rear Bridgestone tyre – the softer of the compounds available – and had opene
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez has returned to winning form in the Red Bull GP of The Americas. Pole man Marc dropped back briefly from the start to 2nd place behind Dovizioso. By lap five, after a brief battle with Dovizioso, Marc took first place.
Kicking things off was the inauguration of the “Garden of The Champions” with the winner of both of the previous races held at the Circuit of the Americas, Marc Marquez.
It wasn’t the start that Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa would have liked for their 2015 MotoGP Championship campaign. Dani, starting from second on the grid and Marc starting from third, both had a problematic first corner, with Marc emerging as the biggest victim. As the MotoGP riders jostled for position, Dani was edged out down to seventh and Marc made a small mistake, running wide in turn one a
Marc and Álex Márquez visited CAR de Sant Cugat. They had a medical check up to be ready for the MotoGP kick-off,this weekend in Qatar. Both brothers had a check up and you can watch much more on this video: https://youtu.be/eBHvqd2ucHU
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez has completed a productive second day at the Qatar pre-season test. With more rubber laid down after yesterday’s action, track conditions improved today and the final times were very close with less than a second separating 1st and 14th. Marc spent the day working on general setup on his RC213V machine.
The Official Fan Club Marc Márquez has today revealed its new headquarters and corporate image, under the symbol I AM93. The presentation, in front of over a 100 journalists from all over the world, was made in the entrance to this emblematic city centre by the world MotoGP champion himself and by the president of his fan club, his uncle Ramon Marquez.
2014 World Champion Marc Marquez has broken another record in Valencia today, winning his thirteenth race of the season – the most ever in the premier class.
It’s been an emotional roller coaster for the Repsol Honda Team this week. After clinching the World Championship last week in Japan, today the team suffered a double DNF in Phillip Island.
Marc Marquez has clinched his second consecutive Championship on Honda’s home soil, becoming the first Honda rider to clinch a World title – in any class – at the Motegi circuit, with his well earned second place finish.
Championship leader, Marc Marquez, made an uncharacteristic error on lap ten and lost the front. He was able to restart but only managed to climb back to fifteenth and take one Championship point.
Marquez back in the groove in Silverstone with win number eleven. He was back on the top step of the podium today, after an intense encounter with Jorge Lorenzo, and became the first rider since Valentino Rossi in 2005 to win 11 MotoGP races in a single season.
Dani Pedrosa has ended Marc Marquez’ winning run as the Championship leader finished in 4th, only his third non-podium finish in the premier class.
Marc Marquez has made it an unbelievable nine wins from nine races this season with a perfect weekend in Germany, clinching pole position, fastest race lap (lap 21/30 1’22.037) and the race victory.
Marc Marquez has taken his eighth win from eight races, continuing his flawless run in 2014, and has become the youngest rider to win eight successive premier class races (21 years 131 days), taking the record from Mike Hailwood (24 years and 71 days) who won the eighth of a 12-race winning sequence in 1964.
Marc Marquez has continued his perfect season with his seventh consecutive win, marking Honda’s 100th victory since the introduction of the four-stroke MotoGP era, and has become just the second rider after Valentino Rossi to win seven successive MotoGP races since the category was introduced at the start of 2002.
This year, the Barcelona-Catalunya Circuit is joining the KiSS Barcelona (Keep it Shiny & Sustainable) environmental initiative as part of the KiSS project promoted by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) in keeping with its environmental management policy. The aim of the project is to raise awareness among all parties involved in the world of motorcycling and reduce the environment