Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez I just finished his 150th race in the primary class. At the time, he was one position away from marking him with his 100th podium.
Marc Marquez managed to finish fourth in MotoGP Japan 2022, Sunday (25/9). If only one position could finish the race better, it would be his 100th podium because so far the MM93 already has 99 podiums in MotoGP.
Repsol Honda Rider’s fourth finish came after failing to finish in the race prior to Aragon, which was his second leg after he passed away due to injury. Marquez finished fourth in Motegi from the post position.
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To do Marc Marquez, his stake in Japan at the same time ended the 1,071-day “fast” without the first start – again due to injury issues. Pole Marquez at Motegi is the 63rd in his MotoGP career.
Judging by the number of breeds in the class MotoGP So far, Marc Marquez has a percentage of 42% always starting from the race from the pole position. The number of poles of his 63 became a record for the top in the primary class.
With 63 pole positions in the 500cc / MotoGP class, Marc Marquez overtook legendary figures such as Mick Doohan (58) and Valentino Rossi (55) in second and third position. On the current MotoGP active grid, there is Fabio Quartararo who has followed him with a considerable distance thanks to reaching 16 poles so far.
Just before starting the 150th race MotoGP Japan 2022, Marc Marquez had crashed in the warm-up at Motegi. But then it didn’t become a hindrance in the bidding process that was undertaken later on.
In the notes Motosano, this is another reflex of Marquez: often falling before the race, but then still able to score points. Of the 150 races in MotoGP, Marc Marquez Registered capable of scoring points in 126 races (84 percent).
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