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00001998
Start
in Enduro
00001999
Ct. Enduro and Motocross Catalunya
00002000
Ct. Enduro and Motocross Catalunya
00002001
Champion Catalan
Motocross Championship
00002002
Third position
Catalan Speed Championship
00002003
Champion Catalan
Open R.A.C.C. 50 cc class
00002004
Runner-up - Catalan
125 cc class Championship
00002005
Catalunya 125cc champion and 8th in the Ct. in Spain (CEV)
00002006
Catalonia champion 125 cc speed and 8th in the Ct Speed of Spain (CEV)
00002007
9th position
C.E.V. Championship
00002008
12th position IN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 125 D.C.
00002009
8th position IN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 125 D.C.
00002010
125cc WORLD CHAMPION
00002011
Runner world MOTO2
00002012
World champion MOTO2
00002013
MotoGP World Champion
00002014
MotoGP World Champion
1st GRAN PRIX
2008 Qatar GP (125cc)
1st PODIUM
2008 England GP (125cc)
1st VICTORY
2010 Italy GP (125cc)
Total grand prix
95 (46 125cc, 32 in Moto2 and 17 in MotoGP)
Fastest lap
27 (9 125cc, 7 in Moto2 and 11 in MotoGP)
Pols
37 (14 125cc, 14 in Moto2 and 9 in MotoGP)
Podiums
55 (14 125cc, 25 in Moto2 and 16 in MotoGP)
Victories
32 (10 125cc, 16 in Moto2 and 6 in MotoGP)

2008

In the British Grand Prix (2008), Marc Márquez was proclaimed the youngest Spanish rider of all time to step up onto the podium at a world motorcycling championship.

2009

The Spaniard once again became the youngest rider to win a world championship, at only 17 years and 263 days old (2010). Around the world, he was only exceeded by Loris Capirossi, by only 100 days.

2010

Marc achieved a new challenge for Spanish motorcycling by becoming the youngest rider to achieve a pole position at 16 years and 68 days old (2009), beating the previous record that Jorge Lorenzo had set. Globally, he was only pursued by Marco Melandri.

2011

In 2010 he won 5 consecutive races in the World Championship, beating the record held by Valentino Rossi, who won four consecutive races at 18 years old in the 125cc class.

In the Grand Prix of LeMans he became the youngest in history to get a podium position in the intermediate category.

2012

In 2012 he was proclaimed the youngest world champion in Moto2 at just 19 years and 254 days old. With 8 wins, 7 pole positions and 13 podiums, he was the best Moto2 champion with 299 points.

MOTO GP 2013

Youngest World Champion in history and best rookie of all time. Youngest to win a GP with 20 years and 63 days, beating the record of Spencer pilot. Youngest player to win four in a row and beating GGPP Roberts pilot.

MOTO GP 2014

Rrecord for wins (13) and Doohan beating Pole Positions (13) beating Doohan and Stoner.