By Euro Weekly News Media • 31 July 2014 • 11:03
The reigning Spanish born MOTOGP world champion is preparing for next weeks Red Bull Indianapolis GP as it returns for its seventh year.
Marc Marquez, 21-year-old from Spain holds the world MOTOGP Championship title following a series of championship wins. Marquez the older brother of MOTO3 racer Alex Marquez won the 2010 125cc World Championship, the 2012 MOTO2 World Championship and last year the 2013 MOTOGP World Championship.
Fans from across the world can tune in to the seventh Red Bull Indianapolis GP and watch as racers face the challenges of the 10th round of the 2014 MOTOGP World Championships, described as one of the world’s most prestigious motorcycle road racing series in the world.
Marquez has won the first nine events; a tenth win at Indianapolis will place him on the same scales as Australian legend Mick Doohan for the most consecutive wins (10) in this sporting series, ensuring his legacy in MOTOGP history.
Fans attending will have the pleasure and experience of this fast, furious and exciting sport whilst also being able to take in events to include concerts from XDL Street Jam, Red Bull Trails stunt and performances by 10-time champion Geoff Aaron.
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