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How Marc Marquez dominated the MotoGP in the past decade? (Part 1)

Marc Marquez – No. 93 racer is considered the most successful racer in the past decade after his achievements in the MotoGP race. With 6 times world champions, his statistics show that he is completely overwhelmed by other competitors.

In addition to the desirable talent of this skilled racer, the powerful support from Repsol lubricants is also part of the secret to helping Marc Marquez achieve great success.

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After 7 seasons of playing at MotoGP, Marc Marquez completely overwhelmed the statistics and became one of the world’s top motorcycle racers over the past decade.

If Valentino Rossi dominated the MotoGP in the first decade of the 21st century, then Marc Marquez is the leading driver of statistics for the past 10 years at the world’s top motorcycle racing.

Despite playing less than other veteran rivals, the defending champion MotoGP is still overwhelming in a series of important summary statistics, and especially the number of championships throughout the season.

The following statistics select 8 riders who have remarkable achievements and influence on MotoGP from 2010 to 2019. In which, 3 riders Casey Stoner, Dani Pedrosa, and Jorge Lorenzo retire in turn. 2012, 2018, and 2019. The remaining Valentino Rossi, Andrea Dovizioso, Maverick Vinales, and Cal Crutchlow will continue to play with Marquez next season.

Except for 2015 being beaten by Lorenzo, since the first time playing at MotoGP in 2013 until now Marquez has won 6 world championships. Compared with the peak period of Rossi from 2000 to 2009 with 7 MotoGP championships, Marquez is only one timeless than winning the throne.

However, it must be remembered that the driver born in 93 only competed for 7 years in the world’s top motorcycle racing. Marc Marquez’s road to the position in the legendary temple of motorcycle racing is worth the wait.

The second most successful name in the past decade is Marquez’s teammate at Repsol Honda Team in 2019 – Jorge Lorenzo. The driver with pocket number 99 has won 3 championships in 2010, 2012, and 2015. Standing highest on the MotoGP season 2011 rankings is Stoner.