Valentino Rossi, Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa have struggled to catch him, but you can catch Marc Marquez live on BT Sport's flagship MotoGP programme MotoGP Tonight on Tuesday August 26.
The MotoGP world champion has started the 2014 campaign in record-breaking form, winning all nine MotoGP races so far this season.
And on August 26 he'll be our special guest on the show, where he'll join presenters Craig Doyle and Iwan Thomas live from the BT Sport studios on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford.
He'll join the team in front of a live studio audience of bike racing fans to share his thoughts on life as a MotoGP world champion and his remarkable season so far.
Craig and Iwan are also hopeful that they'll be able to persuade the Repsol to take on the ultimate challenge for bike racers - MotoGP Tonight's 'Lean Machine'.
MotoGP Tonight will also look ahead to the British Grand Prix, as Marquez and co head to Silverstone for Round 12 of the championship the following weekend.
Marquez won the 2013 MotoGP world championship in his rookie year in the class, having claimed the Moto2 world title the previous season.
The 21-year-old Spaniard is one of only four riders to win world titles in three different classes, joining motorcycle racing legends Mike Hailwood, Phil Read and Valentino Rossi.
To apply for audience tickets for this special edition of MotoGP Tonight, click here.