Motorcycles Podcast: What kind of Marc Marquez will we get this year?
Marc Marquez faces six-month layoff after third surgery
Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez has undergone a third operation on his right arm in Madrid and likely faces a six-month recovery period. © Repsol Media Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda The Honda rider broken his right arm in a heavy crash during the season-opening Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez on 19 July. Marquez had an operation immediately afterwards to have metalwork inserted to fix the bone and attempted a comeback just days later at Jerez for the Andalusian GP.
Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez made his first public press appearance since July last Monday at Honda’s launch event and offered an update on his injury situation.
The Spaniard has been out of action since his aborted comeback attempt at the second round of the 2020 season at Jerez just days after surgery on the arm he broke in the Spanish Grand Prix.
A further two surgeries later and Marquez’s arm is finally beginning to show signs of healing, with Marquez taking part in Honda’s 2021 launch event earlier this week. He confirmed he will be out of the Qatar test, but has his eyes set on getting back onto his bike as soon as possible – providing his doctors give him the go-ahead.
Mir a "deserving" MotoGP champion, says Marquez
Marc Marquez says Joan Mir has "deserved" his 2020 MotoGP title win as he was "the most regular" rider on the grid.Mir only won once in 2020, but tallied up a total of seven podiums - more than any other rider - and wrapped up the title with a race in hand, ending a 20-year wait for Suzuki.
At Honda’s launch,and what he learned from the experience.
In the latest Tank Slappers Podcast, Autosport’s Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com’s Oriol Puigdemont discuss what kind of Marquez we might expect when he does finally return in 2021.
They also remember double 125cc world champion and veteran MotoGP team boss Fausto Gresini, who
Honda to drive the hardest? "Do not agree," says Pol Esppargaro .
Honda newcomer Pol Esppargaro is convinced after just four days on the RC213V that at least for his driving style does not fit so bad after four years on the KTM RC16 Sits Pol Espargaro in the On Sunday with the Grand Prix of Qatar in Losail starting MotoGP season 2021 on the Honda RC213V. In detail, the Spaniard was not able to join his new work tool at the Vorsaaisontest.