The Repsol Honda Team travels to Brno. Marc Marquez reaches the milestone of the 100th MotoGP race

After two consecutive wins and a two-week break, Marc Marquez now has the Czech GP on his radar, an event where he will reach the special milestone of 100 MotoGP races.

The landmark is a good opportunity to take a quick look at the amazing successes the 25-year-old has achieved so far in his relatively short career in the Premier Class. In the five seasons and 99 MotoGP races since his debut in class at the 2013 Qatar GP, Marc has earned:

  • 40 wins
  • 70 podium places
  • 48 pole positions
  • 42 fastest laps
  • 4 world titles (the youngest driver to ever win four premier class world championships)

The championship leader is looking forward to updating some of these stats next Sunday on a track where he won last year and where he and his teammate Dani Pedrosa, who was also very successful on the Czech circuit, did one in early July one day private test participated through his career.

The Repsol Honda pair took two 1: 2 placings at the Czech GP in 2013 and 2017. Marc holds the pole record of 1’54.596 ”(2016), Dani the circuit record of 1’56.027” (2014).

At the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic

Marc Marquez has 3 victories: 1 x Moto2 (2012) and 2 x MotoGP (2013, 2017) as well as 3 podiums and 4 pole positions.

Dani Pedrosa has 4 victories: 1 x 125 (2003), 1 x 250 (2005) and 2 x MotoGP (2012, 2014) as well as 7 podiums and 2 pole positions.