Marco Bezzecchi is one of the few promising racers that has established himself as a can’t-missed potential with his speed, precision, and dedication towards racing. The Italian racer’s journey is etched with a few remarkable moments.
This blog will delve into the racer’s career graph, emphasizing a few memorable moments of Marco Bezzecchi’s racing career. So, stay until the end if you want to absorb every detail.
5. Debut in the 2015 FIM CEV Moto3 Junior World Championship
Marco Bezzecchi’s racing career started to take pace when he won the Italian Moto3 championship in 2015,
After that, his next step toward his racing career was making his debut in the 2015 FIM CEV Moto3 Junior World Championship.
The Italian Prix racer ended the season with a good number with 29 points and in 16th position overall. In that season, he finished the race remaining in the top 10 on three occasions.
The significant accomplishments in 2015 laid the groundwork for his debut in the 2016 FIM CEV Moto3 Junior World Championship, where his performance was similar to the previous year’s overall. He finished the season with 31 points standing in 18th position.
Debut in these significant races was the base for his racing career.
4. Teaming Up With Sky Racing Team VR46
The Italian racer Marco moved to Sky Racing Team VR46 by replacing Nicolò Bulega and partnered up with Luca Marini for the 2020 Moto2 World Championship.
The duo started the season by winning 113 points in the five-race. Among all races, Bezzecchi won two races in Austria and Valencia.
Likewise, Marco finished the race 2nd in Misano and Rimini and completed the other three races in 3rd position. Overall he ended the season with seven podiums, with 4th standings in the championship and 184 points.
Additionally, the racer stayed with the team for the next season, but his partner changed to Celestino Vietti. However, the partner change did not impact him as he performed exceptionally well in the 2021 season with 3rd standing with 214 points.
Therefore, teaming with the sky racing team has made a substantial impact with lots of improvements and growth in Marco Bezzecchi’s career.
3. Bezzecchi Takes Career-First Pole Position In Thailand: Marco Bezzecchi’s Racing Career
It is rare to see a rookie player confiscating the title from experienced players. However, rookie Marco Bezzecchi, a protégé of Valentino Rossi, secured pole position for the OR Thailand Grand Prix.
During the second lap, Bezzecchi headed out faster than the other challengers and had a significant amount of time toward the end, making him the top qualifier in the championship.
When Marco was about to reach the end of his race, he thought that he needed to go and not care about others. He knew he was fast but didn’t anticipate a 29.6.
Moreover, Marco was unaware that he came first as the sun was blocking the leaderboard. He described it as a strong feeling but didn’t want much to boast about it.
2. Bezzecchi Wins The Sprint Race: Securing First Podium Finish
Victories are part of sports that inspire and set a new career benchmark. There are a few best and bad moments in Marco Bezzecchi’s racing career so far.
Regarding the best moments, Marco recalled all his podium finishes and victories. However, the Italian racer specifically remembers his first podium finish in MotoGP in detail.
View this post on Instagram
During MotoGP at the Dutch TT, when the lights turned green, Marco started the race by losing out to Francesco Bagnaia and Brad Binder. However, after finishing one lap, Bagnaia surpassed Binder, and Marco was free to go after Bagnaia.
During the fourth lap, Francesco ran wide and lost the lead into the fifth round, and Marco passed him on the exit. For the rest of the race, Bezzecchi remained in the lead with a narrow time but was able to control the lead to the flag.
1. MotoGP Win at the Argentine Republic Grand Prix in 2023
Marco Bezzecchi of Team VR 46 put up an incredible performance to win the rain-affected Argentina Grand Prix at Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo. It was his maiden MotoGP triumph.
The Italian Prix racer started second in the race but took the lead on the first lap and held it until the finish. Johann Zarco‘s Pramac Ducati finished in second place, up two positions from the previous two laps, and Alex Marquez completed the podium in third.
Marco kept his composure despite the challenging track conditions, pulling out a significant lead of 6.5 seconds over Marquez in the middle of the race.
Francesco Bagnaia, the reigning world champion, surged up into second place on lap 15 after spending the duration of the race in third place. He now appears destined to finish second and claim the second podium spot.
Three laps later, the factory Ducati rider lost control of the motorcycle and crashed, dropping to P16 and missing out on the points thoroughly.
Bezzecchi, who was in the lead, crossed the finish line more than five seconds ahead of Zarco, thus winning his maiden MotoGP.
Hence, new triumphs were added to Marco Bezzecchi’s motorcycle racing career.
We hope that Marco achieves more success in his career and celebrates every triumph he achieves.