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Honda Racing renew with Marquez until 2016

Honda Racing renew with Marquez until 2016

Reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez has agreed to a two-year contract extension with Honda Racing Corporation.

The 21-year-old Spaniard stormed the championship in his rookie year in 2013 and has won all four races so far this season – each from pole position.

Since joining the Repsol Honda Team, Marquez has finished on the podium in all but two of his 22 premier class races, taking 10 victories, six second’s and four third’s and accumulating 13 poles.

He arrives at this weekend’s French Grand Prix leading the rider’s championship by 28 points. Sunday’s main race gets under way at 7pm Cambodian time.

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