Alex Marquez has paved his way to the MotoGP World Championship with titles in all of the feeder classes. Joining the World Championship full time in 2013 after taking the FIM CEV Repsol Moto3 title in 2012. A first win came that year in Japan and he followed it up with a title winning run in 2014, beating Jack Miller in a last-race duel. The championship prompted a move to the intermediate class for 2015, Alex Marquez taking a debut podium at home in Aragon in 2016 with a first Moto2 win coming early in 2017. 2019 saw the Cervera-born rider emerge as the man to beat, charging to five wins, 10 podiums and claiming his second World Championship at the Malaysian GP. For 2019 he moves up to the Repsol Honda Team to partner eight-time World Champion Marc Marquez.

Alex Marquez