Hamilton v Marquez: F1 and MotoGP's dominant champions compared
Lewis Hamilton and Marc Marquez have loomed large over Formula 1 and MotoGP respectively in recent years, utterly dominating both series.
The Spaniard wrapped up his sixth premier-class title in Thailand on Sunday, continuing a run of championship success that has seen him fail to be crowned champion in just one season since jumping up to MotoGP in 2013.
Over the same time period, Hamilton has been on a similar streak.
Mercedes' grip over the F1 grid did not begin until the year after, but Hamilton has taken home the drivers' title in each year of the V6 Hybrid era, bar 2016, when Nico Rosberg pipped him.
A fifth championship with Mercedes - and sixth overall - is a mere formality for Hamilton, although he will have to wait until after this week's Japanese GP for his latest coronation.
On the back of Marquez's latest triumph, how do the numbers stack up between the Spanish superstar and Hamilton since his Mercedes switch?
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