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Marc Marquez: MotoGP World Champion 2014

By Termignoni
13 October 2014

The Spaniard phenomenon got the second consecutive MotoGP title, the eight for TERMIGNONI

With three games to spare Marc Marquez graduates MotoGP World Champion 2014, becoming the youngest rider in history to win two consecutive titles in the top class. After the excesses of confidence in the wet of Aragon GP, the Spanish of Repsol Honda Team hasn’t wasted his second match point in Motegi.

Finished second behind a determined Jorge Lorenzo and in front of a constant Valentino Rossi, Marquez gets the title in the home of Honda. This result was achieved with an incredible championship that, with three races to go, saw him get out of 15 races: 10 wins, one second place and 10 pole positions! For TERMIGNONI is actually the eighth riders title won in MotoGP, the third with HRC.

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