A statement just released by the Repsol Honda MotoGP team has just confirmed that the former champ has been cleared for a return to... Repsol Honda Marquez Statement

A statement just released by the Repsol Honda MotoGP team has just confirmed that the former champ has been cleared for a return to racing. This is what they’ve said…

In the review carried out on Marc Marquez by the Hospital Ruber Internacional medical team, four months after surgery, led by Doctors Samuel Antuña and Ignacio Roger de Oña, and made up of Doctors De Miguel, Ibarzabal and García Villanueva, for an infected pseudoarthrosis of the right humerus, a very satisfactory clinical condition was found, with evident progress in the bone consolidation process. In the current situation, Marquez can return to competition, assuming the reasonable risk implicit in his sporting activity.

They haven’t actually confirmed whether or not he will be back for the next round at Portimão, but I think it’s safe to assume that he will be. Will he be the Marc Marquez we remember, or a shadow of his former self? Only time will tell, but I have a sneaking suspicion that after a few rounds, he’ll be at the top of the pecking order once again!

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LUKE FITZGERALD
LUKE FITZGERALD
6 months ago

Hello
It’s MM, did anyone see the race where he broke his arm?!!
Riding like everyone else was on RS Gp18 Aprillias stuck in fourth gear??
He’s gonna win the championship, making everyone else look ordinary in the process .
No one can touch him,
the man, the myth, the Marc.
All hail mighty

TurnipBoyOn2
TurnipBoyOn2
6 months ago

He’ll be straight back to it… which would be a shame as the first two rounds have been proper toight 🐅

Skid markz
Skid markz
6 months ago

It’s going to be tough to get back to pushing as hard as he did. The new riders in MotoGP are showing amazing speed so his time at the top might be over.Every rider in history has a day when someone younger and faster steals the show. Plus that Honda is not proving easy to keep upright.

Davey Ashmore
Davey Ashmore
6 months ago

This leaves me feeling very conflicted. I love watching Marc race and he’s definitely an extraordinary talent but… I think I’ve enjoyed Moto GP more without him on the grid!

Mike
Mike
6 months ago
Reply to  Davey Ashmore

No Way , we need him back for sure.. im just not sure he Will ever reach the same level.