Not much time Marc Marquez to celebrate the success of becoming the 2019 MotoGP world champion. In the next race in Japan, he will immediately prepare himself to aim for world title number 9.
Marquez won his eighth world title after winning the MotoGP Thailand, Sunday (6 / 10/2019) noon WIB. The 2019 MotoGP world title was the fastest won by the Spanish rider because he took it while the season still left four more races.
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Despite only celebrating the world title, Marquez has ambitions to win his ninth title next year. The effort will begin in MotoGP Japan, two weeks from now.
“The ninth? Obviously tonight we will celebrate this 8th title, this must be celebrated. But the ninth (world title) will begin to be prepared at Motegi. Obviously, we will start working on preparing for the 2020 season,” Marquez said.
After locking in the world title, Marquez could undergo the final four seasons without major pressure. That means he and Honda can focus on preparing the motorcycle for next season.
“I told you when in Aragon, one of the targets at the end of the season is to go up to the podium in all races and prepare well for 2020,” continued the 26-year rider.
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