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2019 MotoGP World Championship Standings

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Marc Marquez has helped Honda achieve the Triple Crown! (Credit: MotoGP)

The 2019 MotoGP World Championship came to a close this weekend at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia.

There have been many championships wrapped up over the course of the season, with so many familiar names and teams at the top.

World Riders Championship:

Marc Marquez claimed his Eighth World Championship this season onboard the Repsol Honda, dominating the 2019 MotoGP World Championship.

The Spaniard has finished every race this season in first or second, except Austin when he crashed from the lead of the race.

Marquez also becomes the first-ever rider to break the 400 point barrier, collecting a grand total of 420 World Championship points.

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With help by World Champion Marc Marquez, Honda wrapped up the 2019 MotoGP Constructors Championship at their home track in Motegi.

Constructors Championship:

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Team Championship:

After the last round battle with Ducati, Repsol Honda has wrapped up the Team Championship.

The Japanese manufacturer beat Ducati by just 13 points.

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The 2020 season kicks off on Tuesday with Pre Season testing where Marc Marquez will be aiming for his seventh MotoGP title, his ninth overall.

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