The MotoGp champion, who suffered a heavy fall at the Hungarian GP over the weekend, underwent surgery.
This Wednesday, the cameras focused on Marc Márquez leaving the Dexeus University Hospital of Barcelona, with the right arm bandaged. The Spanish pilot was successfully operated on for the right humerus fracture suffered in the Hungarian GP, last weekend, and recovery will begin immediately.
The concern was if the radial nerve was affected, but after the intervention the doubts were cleared, since it was only necessary to accommodate the bone with a titanium plate and there were no other alterations.
Now, Márquez, MotoGP world champion, will be under observation from home for the next 48 hours to see the evolution of the wound. It is known that the Honda team does not plan to make changes for the Jerez GP in the absence of its star driver.
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