Marc Marquez Net Worth

Marc Marquez Net Worth
Marc Marquez Salary
Net Worth : $22 Million

Earnings : $5.5 Million

Riders Age : 20 Years Old

MotoGP Team :  Repsol Honda

Country / Birthplace : Cervera , Spain
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Marc Marquez Biography : Total Career Stats : Races Wins : Fastest Laps :
Marc Marquez 20 Years Old youngest ever rider
The Incredible young teen driver who began his career in 2008 ( 125cc World Championship ) after a huge success in that category he become the Moto 2 World Championship driver in 2011 and takes 2nd place in the that and then in 2012 he won the World Championship of Moto 2 and in 2013 Honda team of the MotoGP has signed this kid and just in 9 races of Motogp he proves his performance Level.

MotoGP 2013 : Current Stats of Marc Marquez 

Total Races : 9
Total Wins : 3
Podium Wins : 8
Pole Position : 3
Fastest Laps : 6

Moto GP – World Champion 2013 – First Youngest MotoGP driver under age 20 
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Marc Marquez Endorsements Deals : 
Marc Marquez 2013 Rider
Marc Marquez is one of finest rider and he is also been the Brand Ambassador of the Lotus Watches , As he is winning the Championship of MotoGP  he may get more endorsements and brand ambassador deals.
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  • Alex Winter

    He deserves his title, a fantastic rider, always happy and entertaining. Can’t wait for next years Moto GP to start.

  • Alonzo Kemptonio

    Marc Marquez is the “rock star” of moto gp. I am hoping his smile brings attention and interest to the sport especially to North America. Compared to Europe, North Americans are lathargic when it comes to motorsports ….if other than ‘monster trucks’ and ‘nascar’. (yes moster trucks and nascar are the same crowd..simple beer drinking red necks…..we’re #1, we’re #1, we’re #1 , oo, ooo, ooo!). Judging by what is televised on the ‘speed’ channels, it seems the sofistacation of F1 and Motogp is too much for the broadcasters. Unbelievable but Canada doesn’t even have a rider.