Marc Márquez is a Spanish motorcycle racer, who is well known for becoming the youngest person to ever win the MotoGP World Championships in 2013. Márquez matches for Honda’s factory unit since his MotoGP debut in 2013.

Marc Márquez Early Life & Career

Marc Márquez Alentà was born on 17 February 1993 in Cervera, Spain. He is the son of Roser Alentà and Julià Márquez. Getting his first motorcycle as a gift from his parents at the age of four, Marquez’s incredible journey began.

Marquez did his first race start in a Spanish Enduro race for youngsters. In 1999 his father purchased Marquez a 50cc mount which the young rider practiced to contest the Catalan Motocross and Enduro Championships.

He completed as runner-up in the Catalan Motocross Championship in 2000 and in 2001 he became a champion in the series. In 2002 Marquez went to road racing and finished third in the Catalan Speed Championship. In 2004 he went up to the 125cc class in the Catalan Championship and finished the season second overall.

That was also the year that Marquez faced Emilio Alzamora, the man who would later become Marquez’s coach and supervisor. Marquez followed his 2004 debut with championship wins in 2005 and 2006 in the class.

Marc Márquez  Career

He made his debut at the 125cc 2008 Portuguese Grand Prix. He was the youngest Spanish rider to take a polling place in the British Grand Prix. When Marc became 125cc world champion in 2010, he made his debut in the CEV Spanish championship.

Marquez started his rookie debut in MotoGP class with the Repsol Honda in 2013. At 20 years old, Marquez broke nearly every record in the book for a first-year rider during the 2013 season.

In the opener at Qatar, he intensified the youngest competitor to post the fastest lap in the premier class and in the subsequent round graced the youngest rider to earn pole position and win a GP race.

He is the first rookie in the premier class to notch four consecutive race wins. With six victories to his credit during the 2013 season, he also carries the reputation of having the most race accomplishes in the premier class during a rookie season.

Marquez finished in the top-three 16 times, fitted on pole nine times and amassed 334 total points for the season, all firsts for a rookie in the premier class. He converted the first rookie to obtain the name since Kenny Roberts did so in 1978 and is now the youngest rider to have accomplished the feat.

He also secured the likes of Valentino Rossi, Mike Hailwood and Phil Read with his 2013 MotoGP title win, growing only the fourth rider in the sport’s history to win world titles in three different categories.

Achieving his fifth World Championship in 2016, the dominating MotoGP champ now has his sights set on more dominant performances, as he remains riding himself into the history books.

Marc Márquez  Personal Life

Marquez is the toughest contest in skiing’s World Cup. He has a great fame and name in the sports field, which he has already proved himself gaining world championship titles in three different categories, after Mike Hailwood, Phil Read, and Valentino Rossi.

His professional life is like an open book, where everyone can read but regarding his personal life, he is super secret about his dating, girlfriend and wife stuff. We found no sign of girlfriend interaction.

So, ladies, it’s your turn. Marc is young, famous, good looking youth. You should not wait for more.

Marc Márquez  Net Worth

The 93 no bike rider, Marc Marquez made his 1 million dollar fortune with MotoGP, and by endorsing brands like RedBull. Marc Marquez is the second most highest-paid motorcycle racer and fourth most MotoGP World champion

The Spanish Grand Prix racer yearly receives 4 million US dollars rating of net worth $35 million. He has hired 3 years (2015-17) agreement with Repsol Honda.