Marc Marquez will continue recovering in the coming weeks. The MotoGP World Champion together with HRC, have consulted with and compared the opinions of a number of specialists in regard to the injury to the humerus of the right arm that Marc suffered on July 19 at the Spanish Grand Prix. As a result, all parties have decided to modify the planned recovery process.
The objective of both Marquez and the Repsol Honda Team is to return to the World Championship when Marc’s arm has fully recovered from the serious injury that occurred in Jerez. It is estimated it will take between two to three months before Marc can return to the RC213V. HRC has not set a Grand Prix for the return of the reigning World Champion and will continue to report on the evolution of his recovery.
Marc Márquez: “It’s hard to watch MotoGP from the sofa, I’d love to be there. But unfortunately, things like this are part of being a professional rider. I have always followed what the doctors recommended, and now I will do the same as well. It is time to let everything heal and come back at 100%. I want to thank Honda, my team and all the fans for their support. I look forward to coming back.”Back to news