Marc Marquez has described his historic victory in Texas as a "dream come true" after becoming the youngest racer to win a MotoGP.
Marquez, at the age of 20 years and 63 days, takes the record as the youngest rider to win a premier-class Grand Prix and is delighted with his accomplishments.
"It is unbelievable. A first victory in MotoGP is a dream come true," Marquez told BBC Sport.
"I have to say thanks to all the people who helped me, especially the team because I could not do this without them."
Marquez's victory marked the first time in the last 30 MotoGP races that a Grand Prix has been won by a rider other than either Casey Stoner, Lorenzo or Pedrosa.