Marc Marquez wins race and 2016 MotoGP World Championship in Japan
How many major achievements had you added to your repertoire by the age of 23? I can guarantee it probably didn't include "become three-time World Champion" - but that's just what Marc Marquez managed to do in Japan.
Marquez is now the youngest-ever rider to win three premier-class World Championship titles, at the age of 23 years 242 days, taking the record from Mike Hailwood who was 24 years 108 days when he won his third successive 500cc title in 1964.
But why all the "high five" gestures in celebration? Oh that's just because he's also the youngest rider of all-time to reach the milestone of five world championship titles across all classes, taking the record from Valentino Rossi.
Straight from the podium, Marquez said: "It’s incredible! Before the race I didn’t expect to be Champion, and I said that here it would be impossible.
"However, when I saw that Rossi was out of the race, I decided to push hard for the victory. I was riding my hardest, and when there were three laps to go, I read on my pit board that Lorenzo was also out; on that same lap, I made mistakes in four or five corners, as it was difficult to stay focused!
"I’m very happy because this title is very special considering some of the crashes I had last year, and also because it came at Motegi, Honda’s home."