Podiums for Marquez that won’t be forgotten
— Marc Márquez (@marcmarquez93) October 16, 2017
He got his first podium – in the third position – at 15 years, at Donington Park. The race was wet and also saw another record broken as Scott Redding became the youngest ever GP winner on the top step.
His 5th Podium and his first win at Mugello 2010, beating Nico Terol and Pol Espargaró and his first world title at the end of the season with fourth in Valencia.
His 15th Podium and his first Moto2™ victory in France, Le Mans.2011, beating Tom Lüthi and Stefan Bradl.
His 38th Podium in Australia at Phillip Island in 2012 he secured his second title with third at Phillip Island behind Anthony West and Pol Espargaró
His 39th Podium: from the back to the front – Valencia 2012 where he left the intermediate class.
His 41st Podium took his first victory in his second race in MotoGP in Texas 2013
In only his second race in the premier class.
His 55th Podium when he took his first MotoGP™ title in Valencia 2013 fighting with Jorge Lorenzo where he became a rookie World Champion.
His 65th Podium: 10 in a row in Indianapolis 2014 he took his 10th win in a row at the Brickyard after a showdown to remember.
His 67th Podium and taking his second MotoGP title at Motegi 2014
Marquez came home second behind Lorenzo after overcoming Valentino Rossi at the Twin Ring Motegi.
His 89th Podium his third MotoGP™ title at Motegi 2016 where Marquez wrapped up the title in Japan once again.
His 100th Podium, today at Motegi in Japan, duel with Dovizioso in the rain, crossing the line in second.