Having won multiple World Champions at the top level in bike racing, Spanish star Marc Marquez is set to be handed an F1 chance in an upcoming private Red Bull F1 session. Joining current MotoGP rivals Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo in that elusive club of riders who've been given an opportunity in modern Formula One machinery, Marquez looks to be joined by 2018 Honda MotoGP team mate Dani Pedrosa and multiple Motocross world champion Tony Cairoli in a private Red Bull organised test session at the Red Bull owned Red Bull Ring circuit in Austria this June. Seen as very much a promotional activity rather than a genuine opportunity to asses if Marquez has what it takes to make the switch over to car racing, it is nevertheless an interesting sign of increasing solidarity between Red Bull and 2018 Toro Rosso engine partner Honda, yet more evidence that the two brands could well be looking at teaming up in Formula One in the very near future. According to Autosport, both Spanish riders and Motocross legend Cairoli are expected to head to Milton Keynes in the coming days for a seat fitting with the team, ahead of a potential June 5 - 6 test session in Austria. Check the Formula One Sub Forum here at RaceDepartment for more news and discussion as it happens. Get yourself involved today and join in with the community! Interested to see how Marquez, Pedrosa and Cairoli get on in an F1 car? Can a modern bike rider make it in Formula One, in your opinion? Let us know in the comments section below!