The 13th MotoGP series will take place at the San Marino Grand Prix this weekend. Marc Marquez is still comfortable locking his place in the first position in the standings while the MotoGP racer with 250 points.
The opportunity to win the sixth MotoGP championship trophy in the first class is more open. Marquez can sharpen his name as the youngest title holder in history who is able to carve that record if he manages to realize it.
Since Marquez appeared in the first MotoGP class in 2013, he has been able to carve great achievements. At a relatively young age (20 years and 266 days) he was able to underline his name as the youngest racer who successfully emerged as world champion.
The story of Marquez in MotoGP continues. He then wrote his name as the youngest driver to win five titles of the highest class in the last six seasons at the age of 25 years and 246 days.
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Seeing Marquez’s track record in the MotoGP event, Giacomo Agostini believes that the Repsol Honda team rider is a phenomenal jockey. Added, he seemed to be awarded a rare ability to ride an iron horse.
“He (Marc) has extraordinary talent at a very young age. For me, he is one of the greatest of all time,” Agostini was quoted as saying from PaddockGP, Tuesday (09/10/2019).
“You can beat him once or twice, but he will still win. Of the 20 races, he might be able to win 10 of them, while other racers might only be able to win two races,” added the racing legend who has won 15 world titles.
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