No premier-class rookie has achieved this in the 65 year history of MotoGP.
And he had more bad news for his rivals after his superb win at the classic Brno Circuit, also his fourth straight victory this season.
Marquez has no intention of slowing down for a safe strategy in a bid to become the first rookie since American legend Kenny Roberts to win the title in his maiden season.
Marquez, 20, combines sublime skills with aggressive risk-taking and has the luxury of riding without the pressure of delivering the title this year.
He executed a brilliant race strategy to overcome the brave and brilliant challenge of defending world champion Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) in the 22 lap race.
After tense battle Lorenzo faded to third on his Yamaha in the final laps leaving Marquez and teammate Dani Pedrosa to finish 1-2 on their Repsol Hondas.
Marquez now has a commanding lead in the points after 11 of 18 rounds. He is 26 ahead of Pedrosa with a massive 44 point advantage of defending champion Lorenzo.
“It will be difficult because my personality is always try to attack,” Marquez said.
“There are seven races left and a lot of points so I need to try and push like now. If I can get the race victory then I should take it but if not then try and be on the podium.
” Dani and Jorge are so strong but I think Dani will be the most dangerous. I will try and push in every race and I don’t have any pressure.
“There is no expectation on me to win the title in my first season. If I do it will be welcome.”
The last rider to win four races in a row, in any season, was nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi who makes no effort to hide his admiration for young gun Marquez.
“It is very impressive and he is doing a fantastic job but it is also impressive that he makes 10 podiums out of 11 races,” said Rossi who finished fourth at Brno.
“And in Mugello (Italian GP) he made a stupid mistake but he was in second place at the time.
“He has done something great and he can be compared only with the first season of Kenny Roberts who arrived won the world championship.”
Marquez admitted that his Brno victory came with more risks than his win at Indy last week. He tagged Lorenzo relentlessly for 15 laps before the pair swapped the lead with series of surgical overtakes before he controlled the final three laps for victory.
“I took more risks than Indy but everybody is on the limit and pushing at 100% in the races,” Marquez said.
“Jorge did a very good start but I was pushing a lot in the beginning because I felt that if Jorge was able to open a gap of more than two seconds it would be difficult to catch him.
“I pushed and it was enough but in this race I pushed more than in Laguna and Indy.”
Three of Marquez’s five wins so far this season came in the three American races at Austin, Laguna Seca and Indianapolis.