There is an air of invincibility surrounding Spain’s magic man of motorcycling, Marc Marquez.
It makes sense, according to 1993 500cc world champion Kevin Schwantz, who tips Marquez to become the most successful rider in MotoGP history.
May 1, 1994. It’s a day I’ll never forget, no matter how much I wish I could.
My wife and I awoke that morning in a high-rise hotel in Waikiki, having moved to Hawaii just the night before. When my wife turned on the early sports report on TV, the first thing we saw was a somber anchorman on the set who said something to the effect of, “We begin today in Imola, Italy…”