Being a winner of 8 championships in the sport of MotoGP, and the hope of all Spaniards to win another world title, it might seem to the average m
Marc Marquez net worth, MotoGP salary, sponsorships and much more
Being a winner of 8 championships in the sport of MotoGP, and the hope of all Spaniards to win another world title, it might seem to the average motorsports enthusiast that Marc Márquez has it all. This has made many of his fans wonder what the value of Marc Márqueztaking into account all his assets, his salary in MotoGP and his sponsorships.
Márquez comes from a traditional MotoGP family, as his father, Julià Márquez, was a volunteer at a Moto club, and was the main inspiration behind the sporting dreams of Marc and his brother Alex. 2019 Moto2 champion Alex Marquez is Marc’s younger brother.
For Marc Márquez, his life in the world of racing began very early. He became the youngest rider to win a motorcycle Grand Prix when he was just over fifteen years old. In 2013, he became the youngest MotoGP World Champion in history. He was able to repeat his World Championship winning feat 6 times while in MotoGP. In addition to this, he has also been Moto2 World Champion in 2012 and 125cc World Champion in 2010.
Marc Marquez is tied to many brands for his sponsorship, plus Repsol Honda paid him a hefty salary as a rider for the current MotoGP season, so let’s take a look at Marc Marquez’s net worth in more detail below:
Marc Marquez Net Worth
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As one of the most successful and acclaimed riders in MotoGP, Marc Marquez has one of the highest net worths of any rider on the grid. As of 2022, recent valuation says that Marc Marquez has a net worth of $45-50 million. The main part of this valuation comes from the Spaniard’s Repsol Honda salary and his brand endorsement.
Marc Márquez’s salary in MotoGP
As one of the most successful riders in MotoGP history at such a young age, Repsol Honda has gone to great lengths to ensure Marc Márquez stays with their team by offering him a hefty salary. Until 2018, he was paid around $10 million a year. Later, he signed a new contract and receives around $14.5 million a year.
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The endorsements of Marc Márquez
Marc Marquez is currently the second richest rider in MotoGP and has many brand sponsorship deals. According to recent reports, he earns between $2.5 and $3.5 from his brand endorsements. He is a brand ambassador for sports camera brand Nilox and has also signed up to be a brand ambassador for sports streaming company DAZN.
Charity work of Marc Márquez
According to the official Marc Marquez website, the Spanish MotoGP superstar has collaborated with many organizations such as UNESCO, the Red Cross and Allianz for charity.
During the COVID pandemic, the Marquez brothers auctioned off a specially designed helmet for the 2020 MotoGP World Championship with all proceeds going to the Red Cross. Together with Allianz Segros, Marc Márquez launched the Laps for Life 93 initiative, which aims to “carry out responsible social projects that improve people’s lives through associations and charitable organisations”.
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