Helmet: X-Fourteen
Team: LCR Honda Castrol
Class: MotoGP
Number: 73
Bike: Honda RC213V
Born: April 23, 1996 – Cervera, Spain


The speedy sibling of multi-time MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez, Alex Marquez began his path to the world stage back in 2010 while competing in the FIM CEV 125cc championship. Alex finished runner-up in the 2011 championship with two wins to his credit, and then in 2012 impressively secured the CEV championship while also making his World Championship debut in the Moto3 class. 

Competing in the Moto3 World Championships fulltime in 2013, Alex secured his first victory at the Japanese GP, as well as Rookie of the Year honors. In 2014, Marquez switched over to Honda and won three races en route to his first Moto3 World Championship.

The 2015 series marked Alex’s jump up to the highly-competitive Moto2 class, but consistency issues plagued him until 2017 when he captured his first win at the Spanish GP. Alex quickly followed it up with wins in Barcelona and Japan before finishing fourth overall in the Championship. In 2019, Marquez charged to five wins and 10 total podiums on the way to claiming the Moto2 World Championship. 

Alex made his debut in the premier MotoGP class in 2020 alongside brother Marc on the Repsol Honda team, and claimed back-to-back 2nd-place finishes at the French and Aragon GPs. Alex struggled to find his form in 2021 as a member of the LCR Honda Castrol team, but the two-time World Champion hopes to charge back to the front aboard a brand-new HRC machine in 2022. 


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