Repsol Honda mainstay racer, Marc Marquez, won the 2019 MotoGP at the Buriram Circuit on Sunday (6/10/2019). That means Baby Alien officially won his eighth world title in all classes and his sixth world title in the MotoGP event.
Marc Marquez managed to become the fastest after one after another with the mainstay of Yamaha Petronas rider, Fabio Quartararo. He managed to silence Vinales who finished on the podium three.
The Spanish rider managed to answer the challenges of MotoGP fans around the world. He successfully locked the 2019 MotoGP world title, faster than imagined.
However, this is understandable. The 26-year-old driver appeared convincing throughout the 2019 MotoGP event. Marquez has been firm in the top row of the 2019 MotoGP standings since the start of the season.
He almost always finishes in the first and second positions throughout the MotoGP series this year. Marquez only suffered bad luck in the US MotoGP (4/15/2019).
At that time, Marquez was said to have made a mistake in braking. He admitted that he was too slow to enter bend 12, on the American citizens’ pride circuit.
However, Marc Marquez managed to turn things around very quickly. He then returned to the podium at the Spanish and French MotoGP.
Marquez managed to maintain its performance until the MotoGP of Thailand. As a result, Baby Alien managed to lock the title faster in the 15th series of the 2019 MotoGP event.
To re-remember the achievements of Marc Marquez throughout his racing career, the following 7upsports.com summarizes a series of records that have been inscribed by the Repsol Honda’s flagship rider.
The youngest driver in the first 100 podiums
Marc Marquez became the youngest driver to win 100 podiums in the first class. Marquez won it at the age of 24 years 240 days. He even managed to beat Valentino Rossi who reached the first 100 podium at the age of 25 years 244 days.
The Youngest World Champion in the MotoGP History
Marc marquez broke the record as the youngest world champion in MotoGP history, at the age of 20 years 266 days.
Broke Mick Doohan’s record
Marc Marquez won his sixth MotoGP world title on Sunday (6/10/2019). That means that Baby Alien has passed the record of MotoGP legend Mick Doohan, who won five world champions in the MotoGP class throughout his career.
Podium Since 15 Years Old
Marc Marquez started his professional racing career in 2008. At that time, Baby Alien joined the KTM team.
Marquez managed to become the second-youngest driver in history to succeed on the podium once, namely at the age of 15 years 126 days.
Recorded 14 wins in one season
During the 2019 MotoGP, Marc Marquez won 14 wins. That means he managed to beat the record he had set in 2014.
At that time, Marc Marquez became a racer who managed to record 13 wins in one season. He managed to beat the record of Mick Doohan, who only recorded 12 wins in the 1997 MotoGP season.
Read Also: 2019 MotoGP Provisional Standings After the Buriram Series, Thailand
Ghana squad: FIFA Qatar World Cup 2022 – final List 26-man Ghana national football team
Ghana, one of the five African representatives at the FIFA 2022 World Cup, look...
Germany squad: FIFA Qatar World Cup 2022 – Mario Gotze makes surprise return to join final 26-man Germany national football team
Due to the team’s poor performance at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Germany’s longtime...
France squad: FIFA Qatar World Cup 2022 – Final list of 26 players for French national team
France will travel to Qatar for the 2022 World Cup determined to defend the...
England squad: FIFA Qatar World Cup 2022 – Final list of 26 players for Three Lions’ national team
Following the team’s success in reaching the final of Euro 2021 and the semifinals...