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Marc Márquez, official absence from the GPs in Qatar

Marc Márquez won’t begin the 2021 season in Qatar. His absence within the first GP of the yr was official. “I might have preferred, however he is extra cautious.”

Marc Márquez won’t compete within the Qatar Grand Prix. In settlement with the medical workers of the Hospital Ruber, the a number of MotoGP champion won’t participate within the inaugural spherical of 2021. In his place, subsequently, would be the tester Stefan Bradl. Márquez will endure one other examination on April 12th. So not solely an absence for the primary spherical of 2021, but in addition for the second seasonal occasion, specifically the Doha GP on four April. We’ll see if the Catalan driver will be capable of return for the stage in Portimao.

The medical workers who’re keeping track of his situation after the final surgical procedure suggested in opposition to returning. It’s extra prudent for medical doctors to not velocity up the restoration course of after a protracted interval of inactivity. The Cervera rider is again on the bike today, however it’s not sufficient to renew competing within the World Championship. After all of the issues accused, we need to keep away from additional dangers to the humerus, thus avoiding a untimely return to those ranges.

“After the final go to, the medical doctors instructed me it was extra prudent to not take part within the Grand Prix in Qatar” Marc Márquez admitted. “Higher to proceed the restoration course of adopted in the previous couple of weeks. I actually wished to take part within the opening spherical of the MotoGP World Championship, however we’ve to maintain working. We have to attempt to get again to optimum situations to have the ability to compete once more. “

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