For a man that rides two wheels for a living he sure has an obsession for four-wheelers, especially of the white-blue variety… but after all it’s not his fault he’s so good at what he does.
BMW has been supporting the MotoGP championship for years, delivering as prize new cars since 2003 to the top MotoGP qualifiers – and we can certainly say Marc Márquez Alentà is a name they know all too well. That’s because he took home the annual BMW M Award for the fifth year in a row, with the 24-year-old Spanish rider getting the best qualifier title throughout the entire season. His latest prize is a shiny new, limited edition M4 CS. The model was actually uncovered back in May during the Spanish Grand Prix organized in Jerez de la Frontera, so Marc had time to study his new ride for a while, dressed in the catchy San Marino Blue Metallic shade.
The Repsol Honda Team rider has been amassing quite the BMW collection since 2013 when he won his first BMW M Award – an M6 Coupe. The next year he turned up on the garage doorway with an M4 Coupe, followed in 2015 by an M6 Convertible and last year by an M2 Coupe. For the 2017 season, BMW’s 19th season as the “Official Car of MotoGP”, the rider is joining the very select club of just 3,000 owners of the exclusive M4 CS version.