MotoGP 2019 is not over, but there are several records that have the potential to be broken by Marc Marquez. Anything that can be inscribed by the Repsol Honda rider?
Marquez is now leading the hunt for the MotoGP world championship trophy this season. The 26 years rider has collected 300 points from 14 races, leading 98 points from the rider Mission Winnow Ducati, Andrea Dovizioso in MotoGP standings while.
By leaving five more race series, Marquez is not only on the verge of a world champion. The Baby Alien has the potential to break several records.
As reported by Marca, there are three records that Marquez can break in the rest of the 2019 MotoGP season. The record was related to the achievement points, the number of podiums, and the number of pole positions.
With 300 points and 5 more series, Marquez has the potential to break MotoGP record points for Jorge Lorenzo. In 2010, Marquez’s teammate set a record of reaching 383 points at the end of the season. Marquez certainly can solve it, if at least won 4 times in the last five series.
Then is the podium record. From 14 races, Marquez has won a total of 13 podiums (including wins), with details of 8 wins, 5 runners up, and one failed finish.
Marquez has the potential to pass 16 podium records in a season that was recorded by Valentino Rossi in the 2003 and 2008 seasons, Casey Stoner (2007 & 2011), Lorenzo (2010) and Marquez himself in 2013. In the rest of this season, Marquez has the potential to break it if he always finishes on the podium.
Finally, Marquez has the potential to break his own pole record of 13 times the first start he made in 2014. So far in 2019 MotoGP, Marquez has collected 9 pole times and has the chance to break it if he can wipe out the qualifications of the last 5 races.
Furthermore, Marquez will compete in Thailand MotoGP, 6 October. At the Buriram Circuit, Marquez can begin efforts to break these records.