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Marc Marquez to return to MotoGP paddock in Austria for Honda progress replace

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The six-time MotoGP world champion has been out of motion since he underwent a fancy operation on his proper arm in his bid to return to full health and mobility which he lacked on his preliminary comeback from a badly damaged arm sustained on the 2020 Spanish GP.

Whereas Marquez has continued to step up his restoration, he’ll make his first look within the MotoGP paddock since Could later this month on the Purple Bull Ring. The Spaniard will reconnect along with his manufacturing unit Honda squad to get an replace on the developments on the RC213V.

“Honda is in a crucial second. I’m talking lots with my group and making an attempt to know the 2022 bike, the state of affairs and what’s taking place,” Marquez mentioned in a group launch.

“That is why I’ll go to Austria, to talk to everybody and to satisfy with the HRC employees from Japan to work for the longer term. We’re all working collectively, we win collectively, we lose collectively, and we’ll come again collectively. I am talking lots with Stefan Bradl as nicely, us and Santi are working collectively and testing issues – each understand how I experience.

“I mentioned in Mugello that I might be at residence, however I need to keep linked. With the earlier operation I disconnected an excessive amount of, and I need to be concerned in order that once I come again, I’ll have all the things recent.”

Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Team

Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Staff

Photograph by: Honda Racing

Marquez additionally supplied an replace on his damage restoration, 10 weeks on from his fourth surgical procedure in whole on his proper arm, a three-hour operation accomplished on the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota.

“Step-by-step I’m feeling higher, and the bone is therapeutic in a great way, which is the most effective information of all,” he mentioned. “We’re nonetheless in rehabilitation mode; I’m working very arduous on the cardio facet to attempt to be prepared.

“On the finish of August, I’ve one other medical verify, from there we are able to make one other step with the rehabilitation and actually begin pushing and constructing muscle groups. Some days are higher than others, however that is all a part of the journey.

“I am optimistic, however I do not need to say an excessive amount of about timings till we’ve got this verify – it isn’t the time to push an excessive amount of. I’ve waited a very long time for these sorts of emotions.”

The 29-year-old has additionally delved into his private “battle” with the damage and has admitted he realised on the Spanish GP in Could that “one thing needed to change” along with his mobility and power in his arm regardless of ending the Jerez race in fourth place.

“It has been a battle, it isn’t two days or two months I’ve been struggling, it is two years,” he defined. “I gained some races final 12 months like this, however I used to be struggling lots.

“In Jerez I realised one thing needed to change. It was arduous and is difficult now mentally – not as a result of I’m not racing, however since you at all times have this doubt concerning the arm. I am unable to have one other operation. I’m satisfied this one might be good, however these ideas are at all times there behind your thoughts.”

No timetable has been given for Marquez’s newest damage comeback, however it’s anticipated he’ll purpose to return to motion in time for the post-season checks in an effort to give attention to Honda developments forward of the 2023 season.

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