It’s been rumored for a long time but now we finally have confirmation.
With one year still remaining on the four-year contract between HRC Repsol Honda and Marc Marquez, both sides have mutually decided to conclude their partnership at the end of the 2023 MotoGP World Championship season.
It has been agreed that pursuing other avenues would be the best course of action to achieve their respective goals and objectives.
Injuries have plagued Marc Marquez for a number of seasons as well as his Repsol Honda MotoGP motorcycle falling behind its competitors.
This marks the conclusion of an 11-year collaboration between #93 and HRC, during which they secured six premier-class World Championships, five Triple Crowns, 59 victories, 101 podium finishes, and 64 pole positions together.
Marquez made his premier class debut victory aboard the Honda RC213V at the Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin, Texas in 2013, becoming the youngest premier class winner.
Later that same year, he Mrquez the youngest premier-class World Champion.
In 2014, he successfully defended his title and won the first 10 races of the season, adding to his championship victories in 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 as an HRC rider with the Repsol Honda Team.
Both parties have committed to providing their full support throughout the remaining rounds of the 2023 MotoGP World Championship season.
HRC extends its best wishes to Marc Marquez for his future endeavors.
The question is now what motorcycle will Marc Marquez be competing on in 2024? It’s all but been confirmed that he’ll be on a Ducati but which team?
Update: It appears Marc Marquez will ride for Gresini Ducati in 2024.