Marc Marquez wins sixth MotoGP world championship

After winning the Thai Grand Prix on Sunday hondas Marc Marquez is now secured his sixth largest MotoGP world championship title.
As he completed ahead of Ducati rival Andrea Dovizioso, having opened on the 28, the Spanish rider won the title with four races to spare.
The race concluded with a final lap as Marquez overtook Fabio Quartararo over the last corner to clinch the title.
Marquezs win is his fourth MotoGP championship along with his sixth in complete – two riders have won additional.
Giacomo Agostini and Valetino Rossi won eight names between 1966-1975 and seven, respectively, along with his last title.
The 26-year-old has won eight of the 15 races this season and is on track to attain his highest MotoGP points score by four Grand Prixs abandoned in Australia Japan, Malaysia and Valencia.
Marquez has in MotoGP having won 53 of his own 123 races, finishing on the podium on 91 events a shocking listing.

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