ABIK – Valencia – Marc Marquez is certainly not in this weekend’s European MotoGP race. The Baby Alien is still undergoing treatment for an arm injury he suffered.
Marquez suffered an arm injury after falling in the Spanish MotoGP and during the Andalusian MotoGP qualifying session. Since undergoing his second operation in early August 2020, the defending MotoGP champion has continued to focus on recovery.
As a result, the Spanish rider was forced to miss six MotoGP 2020 races. His position on repsol honda team was replaced by Stefan Bradl.
Three months after boarding the surgical table, Marc Marquez appears to have begun physical training such as weightlifting, running and cycling. His training led to speculation that he would return to racing in the last three races of MotoGP 2020.
However, asa fans to be able to see Marquez back on the track apparently had to be re-arrested. Repsol Honda’s team said that the rider was still recovering as planned.
“Marc Marquez’s recovery went according to plan. Although this is a long and intense recovery, Marc and the people on his team need not worry,” said a statement from Repsol Honda’s team, reported from Crash.
Not only that, Marquez is reportedly also considered for a third surgery. If this is done, the brother of Alex Marquez will increase the recovery time span from before.
Looking at sunday’s European MotoGP series race at the Ricardo Torno Circuit (8/11/2020), Repsol Honda also ensured Bradl regained the position left by Marc Marquez. This will be the German rider’s first race in Valencia since 2018.