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GP Week : Issue 212
MARQUEZ: 3+1=4 MOTOGP >>> news Marc Marquez is now a four-time world champion after locking in an unassailable lead in the 2014 MotoGP championship with second at Motegi on Sunday. The 21-year-old, already MotoGP's youngest-ever race winner and world champion, has now also broken Mike ‘The Bike’ Hailwood's 1962/63 record as the youngest rider ever to successfully defend a top-tier championship on two wheels. “The race doesn’t really matter today,” Marquez said after finishing behind Jorge Lorenzo. “Maybe I wasn’t riding like always, as I felt a little different. It was hard to overtake and I didn’t want to make any mistakes.” “We got the title and it’s incredible to take it at home. Thanks to my family and Honda.” "Two years in MotoGP, two titles. It's incredible. I couldn't have imagined it. Maybe to people it looked easy because I am always smiling and always happy, but also I feel pressure." 16 GPWEEK.com // 16 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: