Marc Marquez is one of the youngest and successful MotoGP racers of all time. Because of his consistency and hard work, he becomes one of the greatest of all time. Till now, he won seven Grand Prix Championship where five of which are in the premier MotoGP class. He was started his racing career at the 2008 world championship in the 125cc category with the KTM team and win the world championship in 2010. Marc was the youngest Spanish rider to take a pole position in the world championship. After winning the title, he joined Moto2 World Championship in the year of 2011. After one year, he got the World Championship title in the 2012 season.
|Salary (per year)
|Per Race Fee
|Team KTM (2008-2009), Team Red Bull Ajo (2010), Team CatalunyaCaixa (2011-2012), Team Repsol Honda (2013-Present).
In the middle of 2012, he announced that he is going to compete in the MotoGP racing event. He signed a two-year contract deal with Repsol Honda. He started his MotoGP career in the 2013 season with Honda RC213V. Marc wins the Circuit of Americas of Texas and becomes the youngest ever MotoGP winner. At the end of the whole season, He won the MotoGP world championship in his debut season by beating Jorge Lorenzo. In the 2014 season, Marc becomes more consistent and again won the MotoGP world championship. But in the 2015 season, he lost his championship title to Lorenzo. In this season, he won his 50th Grand Prix win and become the ninth rider to reach the landmark and the youngest to do so. He also grabs 2016, 2017 and 2018 world championship titles and started the 2019 season as a champion.
He started his racing career with the KTM team in 2008. But after joining Moto2, he teams up with CatalunyaCaixa Repsol. He signed a two-year contract deal with them. In June 2012 he announced to join the MotoGP championship and signed the contract deal with Japanese brand Repsol Honda. Till now he competing in the championship with his Repsol Honda RC213V. For his consecutive success, he becomes the highest-paid MotoGP rider. Right now his team Repsol Honda paid him yearly $15-18 Million. Marc becomes the 2nd richest MotoGP rider with his net worth of $35 Million. Let’s take a look at his contract list.
Team KTM (2008-2009): At the beginning of his career, He teamed up with KTM. 2008 and 2009 seasons he competes with KTM. In those seasons he didn’t win any championship but he showed his consistency and promising.
Team Red Bull Ajo (2010): This season he teamed up with Red Bull Ajo for the world championship in the 125cc category. This time he won 10 out of 17 races and gain the landmark of 310 points and won the championship.
Team CatalunyaCaixa Repsol (2011-2012): He joined the Moto2 racing event for the 2011 season with team CatalunyaCaixa Repsol and hold the Moto2 title in the 2012 season. He won 9 out of 17 races and reached the 328 points landmark.
Team Repsol Honda (2013-Present): For his consecutive wins and consistency, Repsol Honda offered him an agreement to join MotoGP. He teamed up with Team Honda and signed two years contract deal with them. Mark won 5 premiers MotoGP world Championship with them and this is also a landmark for this company. For his success, Honda paid him $15-18 million per year which makes him the highest-paid MotoGP racer of all time.