#4 Valencia 2017
After winning his first MotoGP championship at Valencia in 2013, Marc Marquez was back at the very same track four years later to clinch his fourth riders' championship.
The Spaniard went into the final race of the 2017 season with a 21-point lead over Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso and needed to finish eleventh or higher at the Valencia Grand Prix to secure the championship gold.
Marquez put on a strong show in qualifying and started the race in the pole position but surrendered the lead in the very first lap as he almost crashed out of the Grand Prix.
His rival, Dovizioso crashed out of the race on Lap 5, ending his title aspirations, and Marquez recovered to take a podium and claim the championship.
#3 Aragon 2018
Marquez started the 2018 Aragon Grand Prix from the third place, while his rivals riding the Ducati machines started the race from the front row.
Lorenzo crashed out of the race on turn 1, which made it a bi-party tussle for race lead between Dovizioso and Marquez. Both the riders fought for the race lead for the better part of the race, but the Spaniard took the race lead and pulled away from the Italian on lap 21, two laps from the finish.
Marc Marquez crossed the chequered flag 0.6 seconds ahead of Dovizioso, increasing his championship lead over the Italian to 72 points.