Marc Márquez (Spain) Career - The Champion MotoGP


Mark Marquez 125cc World Champion
Mark Marquez Spaniard clinched the 125cc MotoGP world if only for a fourth place finish in the final race of the season in Valencia on Sunday (7 / 11).
Marquez closed the season with the acquisition of 310 points, four ahead of nearest rival Nicolas Terol. While rival compatriot Pol Espargaro is third with 281 points.
In the Valencia GP, the British rider Bradley Smith Aprilia's first place finish with a time of 40 minutes 25,648 seconds followed Espargaro, 40:28.434, and Terol third.


Marc Márquez with Repsol
Rider Marc Márquez comes with new racing bike, Repsol Honda Moto2 in Barcelona on Thursday (03.03.11). Marc noted as one of the new riders who will race in Moto2 class, yet he was world 125cc champion in 2010. So, this rider to the next grade, from 125cc to Moto2.
Marc Márquez just got a gift from King Spayol (this article) for his achievements as a world champion in the 125cc class of the 2010 season ago. He also got a gift as a talented young drivers, under the age of 18 has become a world champion.




This time officially, he was ready to fight in his debut race Moto2, with full support from Repsol lubricant brands known as Spanish. In this case, the event celebrated in Barcelona's introduction, which is launching a new design with a color that is used during the racing season 2011.
The launch was attended by dignitaries Repsol, which is spearheaded by the Executive Director of Communications, Begoña Elices which took place in La Pedrera, Barcelona Spain. In this case Repsol very supportive of young stars, in addition to Marc, young drivers present in the 125cc class of the Spanish Road Racing Championship by two talented young drivers, Alex Rins and Alex Marquez (younger brother of Marc).



During pre-season test at Montmelo track, Cheste, Estoril and Jerez, the young drivers who have shown remarkable ability in adjusting to Moto2 class and able to set the best time in all the tracks. Thanks to the support of Repsol, Marc Márquez will face new challenges that will be surrounded by team members, and experienced technicians.
Márquez said: "I am proud to get a motor with a new color, I can not wait to ride this bike. First of all, I want to thank Repsol and Caixa Catalunya for their support. This motor is very nice looking as yours Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa in MotoGP, with Repsol colors and the color of Caixa Catalunya. I am very excited and ready to begin. To this moment everything is still fine, and now I have to be quick on the race track.