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Moto2: Marquez sets new standard for under 19

At the previous Sachsenring round of the Moto2 World Championship, reigning 125cc world champion Marc Marquez took his 14th victory in all grand prix classes.

That is the most grand prix wins for any rider before the age of 19.

The following list shows the most successful riders in terms of grand prix wins before reaching the age of 19. Marquez now has the remainder of this season to increase his lead at the top of the list.

Wins by riders before the age of 19:
1. Marc Marquez 14 (4 x Moto2, 10 x 125cc)
2. Dani Pedrosa 13 (5 x 250cc, 8 x 125cc)
3. Valentino Rossi 12 (12 x 125cc)
=4. Loris Capirossi 8 (8 x 125cc)
=4. Marco Melandri 8 (1 x 250cc, 7 x 125cc)
=6. Jorge Lorenzo 6 (2 x 250cc, 4 x 125cc)
=6. Hector Barbera 6 (6 x 125cc)
8. Andrea Dovizioso 5 (5 x 125cc)
9. Pol Espargaro 4 (4 x 125cc)
10. Manuel Poggiali 3 (3 x 125cc)

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Mr Moto - Unregistered

August 11, 2011 1:31 PM

It pains me to say it as a Brit but this guy is lightyears ahead of Bradders and Redding. NO COMPARISON! END OF. With Spanish backing the kid is only going to get the best equipment, which is why Rossi was so successful. I'll have you a bet of 50p that this kid is going to dominate MotoGP, although the field is admittedly stronger than when Rossi burst onto the scene.

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