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Having claimed the CIV Moto3 Championship title in 2015, Italian Marco Bezzecchi went on to make four appearances on the world stage in Moto3™, before moving up full time in 2017 with the CIP Team. Achieving his first podium in his debut year, Marco just missed out on Rookie of the Year, before going on to secure nine podiums in 2018. His impressive Moto3 campaign saw him elevated to the Moto2™ class in 2019, where he achieved two top 10s in his first year, before switching to VR46’s SKY Racing Team in 2020, where he achieved seven podium finishes, including two wins in Styria and Valencia. Following, his notable talent and consistency, meant that Marco was awarded a seat in the premier MotoGP™ class in 2022, where he is now a clear contender for the illustrious Rookie of the Year title.

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Marco Bezzecchi
  • Italy
Date of Birth : 1998-11-11
Favorite Flavor: The Original Green Monster Energy

Having claimed the CIV Moto3 Championship title in 2015, Italian Marco Bezzecchi went on to make four appearances on the world stage in Moto3™, before moving up full time in 2017 with the CIP Team. Achieving his first podium in his debut year, Marco just missed out on Rookie of the Year, before going on to secure nine podiums in 2018. His impressive Moto3 campaign saw him elevated to the Moto2™ class in 2019, where he achieved two top 10s in his first year, before switching to VR46’s SKY Racing Team in 2020, where he achieved seven podium finishes, including two wins in Styria and Valencia. Following, his notable talent and consistency, meant that Marco was awarded a seat in the premier MotoGP™ class in 2022, where he is now a clear contender for the illustrious Rookie of the Year title.

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