The six-time MotoGP champion has registered essentially the most crashes of any rider thus far in 2021 with 18, having accomplished two fewer rounds than the vast majority of the sector.
Marquez was in a position to minimise the pressure on his recovering proper arm on the anticlockwise Aragon final weekend to battle to the ultimate lap for victory with Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia, having gained on an analogous structure in Germany earlier this yr.
After the race, Marquez admitted he was cautious coming into the race following two crashes in practices as he could not assure that alternatives to win would come once more in 2021 in his present bodily state.
On high of that, the 2021 Honda has proved to be a particularly troublesome bike, with all of its riders struggling for kind this season.
Marquez says he anticipated he’d be capable of experience in a extra pure means a lot faster from his damage return in Portugal in April, but in addition famous that altering his model would not essentially imply he can be sluggish.
“Yeah, in fact there’s some doubts and we’re engaged on it,” Marquez mentioned.
“As I mentioned, once I come again in Portimao I anticipated to come back again a bit bit sooner, particularly in the way in which to experience the bike.
“In the meanwhile I can’t experience like I need, as quickly as I strive I crash. So, I want to consider driving in one other means and I can’t experience in a pure means.
Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Crew
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“However for me, the goal is to attempt to discover a means, to be aggressive, to battle for championships – perhaps not with the identical driving model, however as we confirmed as we speak, as we confirmed in Austria, driving otherwise doesn’t suggest being sluggish.
“It is one other means we’re in a position to be quick, however we do not have that further, so we’ll strive sooner or later.
“Nevertheless it’s not solely me: we have to hold working with the bike, we have to hold working with the staff and if I enhance a bit bit, the bike improves a bit bit, we’re there with these guys.”
Honda staff boss Alberto Puig informed Motorsport.com lately that the marque will not change its bike philosophy going ahead regardless of Marquez’s damage.