Finally, there is a decision regarding the participation of Marc Márquez at the start of the Motorcycle World Championship. The Spanish rider, on the recommendation of his medical team, will not race in the first 2 races of the season. MotoGP, awaiting future revisions. The Catalan’s recovery is going as expected, but they will not rush or take risks.
Repsol Honda has issued an official statement announcing that Marc Márquez will not be part of the opening race of the season of MotoGP next weekend, as well as will not participate in the race on April 4. This decision has been taken as a precaution after the pilot’s long recovery after his humerus fracture in July 2020.
Sling confirmed that the recovery of Marc Márquez progress positively. «In the review carried out on the Spanish pilot by the medical team led by Doctors Samuel Antuña and Ignacio Roger de Oña and made up of Doctors De Miguel, Ibarzabal and García Villanueva, 15 weeks after surgery on his right humerus, it was found a good clinical response after intensification of training ».
«However, considering the evolution time and the current state of the bone consolidation process, doctors consider it prudent and necessary not to accelerate the return to the circuits after so long inactive time, in order to avoid putting the humerus of Marc Márquez in high competition. The team driver Repsol Honda He will undergo another medical check-up on Monday, April 12, “they add.
The statement from the Japanese factory also included the statements of the 8-time champion. «After the last review with the medical team, the doctors have advised me that the most prudent thing was not to participate in the Qatar Grand Prix and to continue with the recovery plan that we have followed in recent weeks. I would have loved to be able to participate in the inaugural race of the World Championship, but we will have to continue working to be able to recover the optimal conditions that will allow us to return to competition.
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