Esteve Rabat handed the Marc VDS team its first world championship title courtesy of a dominant season in the Moto2 class.

With team-mate Mika Kallio claiming second in the standings, 2014 was an unforgettable year for the Belgian team, which has sent out the following statistics, courtesy of Dr. Martin Raines:

635 - Total number of points by the Marc VDS team in 2014 - the highest ever single season points score by a two rider team in the history of the intermediate-class of Grand Prix racing.

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346 - Tito Rabat finished the year with a total of 346 points in the Moto2 world championship, a new record highest points' total in the intermediate-class of Grand Prix racing.

24 - Podium finishes for the Marc VDS team in 2014 - the most podium finishes ever by one team in a single season in the Moto2 class.

18 - Tito Rabat has finished in the top ten at all eighteen races in 2014, a record for most top ten finishes in a single season in the intermediate-class of Grand Prix racing.

18 - Marc VDS have had at least one rider on the podium at all of the eighteen races in 2014.

14 - Rabat finished on the podium fourteen times in 2014 equaling the record number of podiums in a season in the intermediate-class, set by Marc Marquez in 2012.

14 - The Marc VDS team riders have started from pole on 14 occasions during 2014 - the highest number of poles by a team in a single season in the intermediate-class of Grand Prix racing.

11 - Rabat has started from pole eleven times this year, a record number of poles in a single season in the intermediate-class of Grand Prix racing.

10 - Marc VDS have taken 10 race victories during the 2014 season - the greatest number of race victories in Moto2 in a single season by one team.

6 - On six occasions in 2014 both of the Marc VDS riders finished together on the podium.

4 - The Marc VDS team have finished one/two on four occasions during 2014.

2 - Marc VDS are the first team to take the top two places in the intermediate-class of Grand Prix racing since 2000, when Olivier Jacque won the championship from Shinya Nakano.

1 - Tito Rabat is the first rider to lead the Moto2 championship throughout the season.

1 - First time that a Belgium team has won a world championship title in the 66-year history of the world championship series.

Rabat will remain with Marc VDS in 2015 to try and become the first ever multiple Moto2 champion.