Motorcycles Marc Marquez will miss next MotoGP race after second arm surgery
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Defending MotoGP champion Marc Marquez is out of Sunday’s Czech Republic Grand Prix at the Automotodrom Brno circuit.
Marquez underwent surgery Monday on the arm, which was fractured. The plate attached to his repaired right humerus became damaged because of stress accumulation.
MotoGP 2020 Schedule Announced
MotoGP 2020 Schedule AnnouncedAs Dorna boss Carmela Ezpeleta had anticipated to Cycle World, the championship will resume at Jerez in Spain with two back-to-back rounds July 19 and 26. The Czech GP at Brno will be round three on August 9, before back-to-back races in Austria August 16 and 23. Italian Grand Prix at Mugello is canceled, while Misano doubles with two appointments September 13 and 20, the Catalan and French GPs following September 27 and October 11, respectively. Aragón will follow with another double-header a week later on October 18 and 25.
The Repsol Honda Team announcedthat Stefan Bradl will ride the Honda RC213V with MotoGP rider Marc Marquez out at Brno. Bradl will be teamed with Alex Marquez, Marc’s younger brother.
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“After undergoing a second operation on his injured right arm, Marc Marquez and HRC have decided that the World Champion will not ride in the Czech Republic in order for him to recover more,”. “In his place, HRC test rider Stefan Bradl will mount the Honda RC213V. In 2019 the former Moto2 World Champion competed in four MotoGP races with a best finish of 10th at the German GP. Bradl has claimed three top ten finishes at Brno from his seven starts in the MotoGP class and only once missed out on points.”
Jerez MotoGP: Marquez leads Vinales in first practice
Marc Marquez topped the opening MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix practice at Jerez in a session in which the entire 22-rider field was split by 1.380 seconds. © Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Team The first practice session since November’s Valencia GP got off to a frenetic start, with top spot changing hands several times in quick succession. Pramac Ducati’s Jack Miller set the benchmark pace on his first lap at a 1m39.673s, which was quickly toppled by Wednesday’s test pacesetter Maverick Vinales on the factory Yamaha. Vinales’ 1m39.426s was traded for a 1m38.
Alex Marquez has finished in the top five of every start he has made as a GP rider at Brno since 2013.
Unfortunatelywill miss the with stepping into the Repsol Honda Team once again.
"Every session I learn more about MotoGP"
"Competing with the Repsol Honda Team is always a great honour"
— Repsol Honda Team (@HRC_MotoGP)
Marc Marquez will remain in the hospital. Dr. Xavier Mir, who performed the surgery Monday, said .
“The rider has not felt pain during this period,” Mir said. “He has always followed the medical advice given and the feeling from his body. Unfortunately, an overstress has caused this issue. Now we have to wait 48 hours to understand the recovery time.”
Honda makes it clear: Marc Marquez won't be back on his bike until Saturday
© Motorsport Images The right arm is bandaged: Marquez will try to drive in Jerez That Marc Marquez only four days after his serious crash in Jerez and only two Many days came as a surprise to many days after the operation on the upper arm received the start permit for this MotoGP weekend . Honda team manager Alberto Puig also admits: "Nobody expected to see him here." "When the accident happened, we were very worried. We had to travel to Barcelona, to have the operation performed, .
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The eight-time champion was cleared to raceBut Marquez decided to skip the July 26 race .
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Red flags, brake and tire issues, and a last-corner pass for a first-time winner.Fortunately Viñales slid to a stop uninjured but his bike burned in the Airfence.