After fracturing his right arm last Sunday, and having undergone an operation on Tuesday, the current champion will try to get on his Honda this weekend.
Marc Márquez He left the hospital this Thursday and went to Jerez to meet with his team, Repsol Honda, in the run-up to the Andalusian Grand Prix.
From Spain they stated that the current champion of MotoGP, who suffered a fracture in his right arm last Sunday at the Spanish GP, could be ready to return to the track this weekend, for the second appointment on the calendar.
The site AS reported that the Cervera-born would try to pass the medical exams and surprise him by getting on his motorcycle, especially after the serious injury he suffered.
The team for which Márquez runs announced in a brief Twitter statement that his pilot was heading to the Jerez circuit after leaving the hospital.
The 27-year-old Spaniard underwent surgery on Tuesday in Barcelona and posted a photo on Instagram with his bandaged right arm, which he accompanied with the message: “Eager to start my recovery.”
Fit to ride ✅ pic.twitter.com/vOIvlCFkYF
– Repsol Honda Team (@HRC_MotoGP) July 23, 2020
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