MotoGP: Marc Marquez will take part in the tests on Tuesday at Misano
Marc Marquez, absent since his new right humerus operation in early June, will be back on track on Tuesday. The Spaniard will take part in the official tests organized in Misano (Italy), Honda announced.
“After two positive tests on the handlebars of a Honda CBR600RR on the Aragon circuit on August 31 and September 2, Marc Marquez has gained valuable insight into the condition of his arm,” Honda said. “Satisfied with the progress of his right humerus, Marquez will now head to the San Marino GP with the intention of further testing his fitness on his Honda RC213V”, the prototype he uses in MotoGP, his team continued. .
‘Observe and work’
The eight-time world champion, including six times in the premier category between 2013 and 2019, will be in Misano on Friday evening to ‘observe and work’ with his team, represented this weekend by Pol Espargaro and Stefan Bradl, Marquez’s replacement. , at the San Marino Grand Prix.
He will then return to the track on Tuesday, for official MotoGP tests which aim in particular to prepare for the 2023 season. The 29-year-old Spaniard, who has not raced in Grand Prix since the end of May in Italy, underwent United States a fourth time of his right humerus, fractured in July 2020 during the first race of the season.
In particular, he had missed the entire 2020 season because of this injury, which had earned him three operations. He has since struggled to regain his best level, between physical glitches and new falls.
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