10 Elbow-Dragging Marc Marquez Wallpapers From His Rookie Year

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Marc Marquez Wallpaper

The youngest MotoGP world champion ever has inarguably changed the sport. His raw speed and unchecked aggression returned much-needed excitement to the series in this, his rookie season. That no-holds-barred attitude is reflected in his signature style: elbow down. Here’s 10 Marc Marquez wallpapers of him doing just that.

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Marc Marquez and Dani Pedroso at Losail International Circuit, Qatar. Marquez placed 3rd in this, his first-ever MotoGP race.

Photo: Gold&Goose

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Marquez being pursued (unsuccessfully) by Pedrosa at Losail.

Photo: Gold&Goose

Marquez during FP3 for the US Grand Prix at Austin’s brand new Circuit Of The Americas.

Photo: Christiann Pondella

Another shot from FP3 at COTA, Marquez would go on to win his first MotoGP race this weekend.

Photo: Christian Pondella

Looking down from COTA’s observation tower.

Photo: Christian Pondella

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  • Ayabe

    Thanks Wes, great way to end a Friday.

  • Gabe

    Great photos. Though that’s not Rossi with those two Ducatis, it’s Karel Abraham.

    • Michael Howard

      And those two “Indy” pics are the same pic.

  • Armin Pelkmann

    Still can’t believe the lean angle and riding style of that kid .. amazing !

  • http://statesofmotion.blogspot.com/ FastPatrick

    It is impossible to watch Marquez and not see in him the supernova-bright future of this sport. Will be even better to see if anyone can come up and challenge him anytime soon.

    As Rossi’s career probably winds down it’s a joy to watch someone worthy take his place.

  • Michael Howard

    Splitting content up over two pages is crap. Half the time Disqus is slow to load, which slows down the rest of the page. For what? Extra page hits? C’mon, guys. WTF?

    • Jeromy

      I can’t agree more. This seriously needs to be changed.

    • Piglet2010

      Put in a “view full article” link – that way you guys get the ad revenue, and we avoid most of the inconvenience.

  • Michael Howard

    You’d think with all his racing experience and skill the dude could get around a corner without falling on his elbow. ;)