Marc Marquez has just become a Thai 2019 MotoGP champion. Have a story in his career, as well as a brand-new trophy for the museum collection in his hometown.
Results in the Thai MotoGP, making Marquez confirmed to be the MotoGP world champion this season. It became the 6th MotoGP title for the Repsol Honda rider. In total, Marquez has collected eight world grand Prix motor racing championship titles.
In the hometown of Marquez, a museum is now waiting for a brand-new collection of football lunge MM93 in winning this season. The young man born in Cervera, Spain, 26 years ago, did indeed have a museum in his hometown.
Cervera is a city in Catalan, Spain. It is located about 93 kilometers from Barcelona. One of the tourist destinations here is the Museum of Cervera or the Museu Comarcal de Cervera. It’s on Calle Mayor, 115, 25200 Cervera, Lerida.
Referring to information on the museum’s official website ( museudecervera.cat ), the entire section on the ground floor of the museum, named “I’m 93”, is dominated by Marc Marquez’s trinkets – although it also contains a collection of another Cervera rider Alex Marquez.
Visitors will be taken to see the start of Marquez’s career in the world of motor racing, continue to the level of 125cc, Moto2, and then his brilliant football in MotoGP since 2013. Motorcycle parades and trophies filled this location. Various stories of the achievements of Marc Marquez, and Alex Marquez, who is his brother, will be able to satisfy the curiosity of their fans.
From information on the official website, “I’m 93” can be visited from 11:00 to 14:00 on Tuesday through Thursday, also on Sundays and other holidays. While on Friday and Saturday, the opening hours are from 11.00-14.00 and 18.00-20.00 local time.
The average entrance ticket to the “I’m 93” area at the Museum of Cervera is 3 euros. There is also a special price for students, namely 1 euro and 2 euros. Visitors who are members of individual biker associations can also enter by redeeming tickets for 2 euros, while people who are affiliated with official fan clubs can also claim to buy tickets for 1 euro.