29 - 10 - 2012
Marquez has proclaimed mathematically Moto2 World Champion, his second world title at just 19 years and 254 days.So the pilot CatalunyaCaixa becomes the youngest driver to win the Moto2 title and third in history to win the championship in the intermediate category, behind Dani Pedrosa (19 years and 18 days) and Jorge Lorenzo (19 years and 176 days).
The Cervera, with eight wins, seven poles and 13 podiums, exceeding its record of 12 in 2010 - has become the best Moto2 champion with 299 points. These figures together with those of the previous season, make the pilot CatalunyaCaixa in the great ruler of the category: holds the record for wins (15), poles (14) and podiums (24).
In addition, Marquez, with 25 wins in the last three years in the World, and is the most successful driver before age 20. Overtook Pedrosa (21 wins), Valentino Rossi (17) and Lawrence (15). With these victories, the de Cervera and Spanish is the fifth winningest driver, behind Angel Nieto (90), Pedrosa (44), Lawrence (44) and Jorge Martinez Aspar (37), and ahead of historic and Alex Criville (20) and Ricardo Tormo (19).
First Race: 1998 Enduro Kids
First Grand Prix: GP Estoril 2008
First Podium: GP England 2008
First Win: GP Italy 2010
Sweepstakes Total: 46
Sweepstakes Total: 31
CX figures Marc Márquez 2012:
Four fastest race laps
13 times has started from the front row
99 laps in first place
16 Grand Prix starts
7278 km made in Sweepstakes
1545 Grand Prix laps completed
· Moto2 World Champion youngest in history at 19 years and 254 days. Third youngest driver to win the championship in the intermediate category, behind Dani Pedrosa (19 years and 18 days) and Jorge Lorenzo (19 years and 176 days).
· Pilot with more wins (15), poles (14) and podiums (24) in Moto2.
· Pilot with more victories in the World (25) before the age of 20 years, beating Pedrosa (21), Valentino Rossi (17) and Lawrence (15).
· Best Moto2 champion with 299 points.