Is Marc Marquez Married, Who is She?

Who is Marc Marquez Alenta?

Marc Márquez Alentà is a Spanish professional Grand Prix motorcycle road racer, who was born on 17th of February 1993. He has raced for Honda’s factory team since his MotoGP debut in 2013. Born in Cervera, Catalonia, Spain, he is nicknamed the ‘Ant of Cervera’ worldwide and ‘el tro de Cervera’ in his hometown, meaning the ‘Thunder of Cervera’. He is one of four riders to have won world championship titles in three different categories, after Mike Hailwood, Phil Read and Valentino Rossi, and is one of the most successful motorcycle racers of all time, with eight Grand Prix World Championships to his name, six of which are in the premier class. Márquez became the third Spaniard after Àlex Crivillé and Jorge Lorenzo to win the premier class title and is the most successful Spanish rider in MotoGP to date, with 59 wins. In 2013 he became the first rider since Kenny Roberts in 1978 to win the premier class title in his first season, and the youngest to win the title overall, at 20 years and 266 days of age.

Marc Marquez Wife Who Is She
Marc Marquez and Girlfriend, Lucas Rivera

Who is Marc Marquez Wife?

Marc Marquez is not married, but he has a girlfriend named Lucia Rivera. Lucia is the pretty girlfriend of Spanish Moto GP racer Marc Marquez. She is not a stranger to living her life on the spotlight, her father is a famous bullfighter in Spain.

What is the Career Life of Marc Marquez


Márquez made his championship debut on 13 April 2008 at the 125cc 2008 Portuguese Grand Prix at the age of 15 years and 56 days. Márquez achieved his first podium on 22 June 2008 at the British Grand Prix, in just his sixth race in the category, becoming the youngest Spanish rider to take a podium in Grand Prix motorcycle racing.

For 2009, as a factory KTM rider, he scored another podium with his 3rd place at Jerez, before achieving his first pole position at the French Grand Prix at the age of 16 years and 89 days, becoming the youngest Spanish rider to take pole position in a motorcycle racing world championship. He also took pole for the 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix, but he retired from both races. His first win came on 6 June 2010 at Mugello, and further victories at Silverstone, Assen and Barcelona in the next three races made Márquez the youngest rider to win four successive races. His fifth win in succession at the Sachsenring was Derbi’s 100th victory in Grand Prix racing, and Márquez became the first rider since Valentino Rossi in 1997 to win five successive races in 125cc racing.

He was less successful in the following races, dropping to third in the standings at one point behind Nicolás Terol and Pol Espargaró after being involved in an accident with Randy Krummenacher at the first corner at the Aragon Grand Prix. Four successive wins from Motegi onwards had moved Márquez into a 17-point lead over Terol with only one round to go. At Estoril, the race was red-flagged due to rain with Márquez running second to Terol. When returning to the grid for the second race, Márquez fell on the sighting lap and had to return to the pits. With repairs, Márquez started at the back of the field having not made it out of the pit lane before it closed five minutes prior to the start. Despite this, Márquez recovered to win the race and thus extend his lead before the Valencia finale. His tenth victory of the season moved him to within one of tying the record set by Rossi in 1997. He would fall short of tying it, as he was fourth at the final race in Valencia to become the second-youngest World Champion after Loris Capirossi, winning the smallest category at just 17 years and 263 days.


Márquez is often considered one of the greatest innovators of modern MotoGP racing, due to his comparatively exaggerated cornering technique of leaning so far over the bike, that he seems to be “in constant danger of sliding out”. He is the older brother of 2014 Moto3 world champion and 2019 Moto2 world champion Álex Márquez.

Márquez won the 2010 125cc World Championship, the 2012 Moto2 World Championship, and the 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 MotoGP World Championships. He became the first rider since Kenny Roberts in 1978 to win the premier class title in his rookie season, and the youngest to secure the title overall. In 2014 he defended his title, winning the championship with three rounds to spare, during which he won ten races in a row. Márquez equalled the all-time Grand Prix record for pole positions at the age of 23 in 2016. Márquez secured the 2016 title with three rounds to spare at Motegi and sealed the title at Valencia in the final round of 2017. He then went on to win the 2018 title with three races to spare and became the third highest all time Grand Prix winner. He secured the 2019 title with four races to spare at the Chang International Circuit in Buriram, Thailand, marking his 8th World Championship and 6th in the Premier Class. Márquez missed almost all of the compressed and delayed 2020 season (he completed 26 laps of the first race, before falling) as well as the start of the 2021 season because of a broken right arm sustained in the 2020 season opener. After returning in the 2021 season, he won three races in Germany, Austin, Misano, and had a further 2nd place in Aragon, but due to him missing the opening two, and the last two races of the season, only finished 7th overall.


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