This Wednesday two operations were announced that surprised the world of MotoGP. Jack miller, team driver Ducati and Iker Lecuona, which belongs to the team KTM Tech3. The competitors made their interventions known a few hours ago and began their recovery processes. Both Miller and Lecuona were operated on for Compartment Syndrome.
The world of motorcycling is one of the most physically difficult activities. The falls and the strong effort that the pilots make to give the maximum in each one of the laps, usually leaves consequences in the state of the pilots. This was reflected these weeks, that after several months of standing, there were two consecutive dates of the MotoGP championship.
Through communications by parts of the teams and the doctors of each pilot, the details of each of the medical, post-operative parts were made known. Both Miller and Lecuona had no complications in their interventions, and it is expected that they can be on their bikes next week to compete in the Grand Prix of Portugal, on the Algarve circuit.
«The operation was short and it went very well. I can’t wait to start rehab. There are ten days until the next Grand Prix in Portimao and if the recovery times go according to plan, I could be competing in the Portugal race, even if I am not 100% of my physical condition. I want to thank the Doctor Xavier Mir and all his team, their availability and their treatment, “said Miller after the operation.
For his part, the Spaniard commented on the severe pain he suffered last weekend. «I have a bulge in the right arm. They have already operated on me twice. On Friday I did not do more than four or five laps. During the weekend I had a bad time because I thought about it a lot, it cost me a lot mentally. I did not know if I was going to be able to finish the race, “said Lecuona after the Doha Grand Prix.
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