Marc Márquez debuted on the world championships driving a KTM in 2008. In 2010, he showed all his talent by achieving 10 victories and 12 pole positions on his way to the title of the 125cc World Championship. In 2012, he racked up a total of 9 victories and 14 podiums that catapulted him to obtaining the Moto2 title. In 2013, Márquez leapt to to MotoGP with the Repsol Honda team, and he made history by becoming the youngest world champion in the premier class and the first rookie that got the title since Kenny Roberts had done it in 1978.
In 2014, he obtained his second consecutive world title in the premier category, setting a new record of 12 victories in the same season.
In 2015, despite winning five races in Austin, Sachsenring, Indianapolis, Misano, and Phillip Island, and four second places, the ended up in third place due to the unfinished races.
In 2016 and 2017 he achieves consecutively his fifth and sixth world championships.