He has the chance of extending his winning streak in Sunday’s Czech Grand Prix at Brno on Sunday.
He is already inextricably linked to the legends of MotoGP with his records, either matching or overtaking icons such as Giacomo Agostini, Mike Hailwood and Honda’s five-time world champion, Mick Doohan.
Marquez has now matched Doohan’s ten consecutive race wins of the 1997 season and, based on his personal benchmark that titles count, he will not doubt treasure reaching Doohan’s mark of five titles – or more.
"I never expected I would get 10 victories in a row in MotoGP, let alone 10 in one season," Marquez said.
"And after just more than half the season I already have 10, so I am really happy but the most important thing is to take the title.
"It is incredible what is going on this season and it is nice that my level is compared my to guys like Ago, Hailwood and Doohan."
Marquez’s mindset and understanding the reality in racing is one his strengths. He may not be scared of losing but, increasingly in MotoGP, the question is: who can beat him?
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