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Alex Márquez Alex Márquez

Alex Márquez

  • Nationality: Spanish
  • Born: 23 April 1996 (age 23) Cervera, Spain
  • Current team: Repsol Honda
  • Bike number: 73

He began the 2010 season in the CEV Buckler 125cc championship, competing with the Monlau Competition team, along with Álex Rins and Niklas Ajo. Márquez did not participate in the opening round at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, as he was not old enough to do so – he did not turn fourteen until five days after the event. He finished eleventh in his first start at Albacete, having qualified tenth. He retired at Jerez due to clutch problems. He added finishes of seventh and sixth at Motorland Aragón and Albacete, before retiring from the final two races at Valencia and Jerez. He finished eleventh in the final riders' championship standings.

In 2011, Márquez battled with Rins for the title, with the championship honours ultimately going to Rins. Márquez won two races during the season – at Motorland Aragón and Albacete – and finished the season as runner-up, 12 points in arrears to Rins. With the championship changing to Moto3 regulations for the 2012 season, Márquez again won two races, at Albacete and Navarra; he won the championship with a fourth-place finish at Albacete.

Moto3 World Championship

  • Active years: 2012–2014
  • Manufacturers: Suter Honda, KTM, Honda
  • Championships: 1 (2014)
  • 2014 championship: 1st (278 pts)

Moto2 World Championship

  • Active years: 2015–2019
  • Manufacturers: Kalex
  • Championships: 1 (2019)
  • 2012 championship: 1st (262 pts)

MotoGP World Championship

(source: wikipedia.org)

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