Marc Marquez himself has collected champions in the MotoGP class 6 times, namely in 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019. Marc himself has the nickname "The Baby Alien". This then makes racer number 93 is staying digadang as "The Next Valentino Rossi". In addition to having a myriad of achievements in the motorcycle racing event, Marc Marquez also has high popularity outside the racing circuit. Besides the many titles he has won, Marc Marquez also has several records during his career in the racing world.
Marc Marquez became the youngest rider to have won a primary Grand Prix title at the age of 20 years and 256 days. Marc beat Freddie Spencer's 1983 record to become the premier world Grand Prix champion at the age of 21. Not only that, Marc Marquez is also the fourth racer to be able to win world titles in three different classes after Valentino Rossi, Phil Read and Mike Hailwood after he won the 125cc, Moto 2 and MotoGP classes. During the 2020 MotoGP season, Marc Marquez had a terrible accident. Which resulted in having to miss a season due to an injury to his arm that required him to miss.
This year, Marc Marquez has been declared recovered and can take part in the race. However, it was certainly not easy for Marc Marquez because he had to adjust again to the race after being absent and recovering from injury. At the Qatar 2022n GP which has been completed in title, Marc started the race quite well by finishing in fourth position, and his partner Pol Espargaro was able to reach the podium in third position. The development of the racing world is very fast, we should wait whether "The Baby Alen" manages to become "The Next Valentino Rossi".