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Motorcycles MotoGP star Marc Marquez falls after falling offroad training injured from

18:40  02 november  2021
18:40  02 november  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

confirmed: Raul Fernandez drives 2022 MOTOGP for Tech-3-KTM

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Marc Marquez verpasst sein drittes Rennen der laufenden MotoGP-Saison 2021 © Motorsport Images Marc Marquez missed his third race of the ongoing MotoGP season 2021

Heavy setback for Marc Marquez in its MotoGP comeback season: After the eight times Motorcycle World Champion almost the complete season 2020 and also the first two race weekends of the season 2021 due to his arm break from the Spain Grand Prix 2020 in Jerez had to be suspended, he has now hurt again.

in preparation for the Grand Prix of the Algarve, which is in Portimao at the weekend, Marquez trained with a terrain machine. He has fallen, according to the Honda work team, and has "a slight concussion drawing", as it is called in a message from the team on Tuesday.

"After a few days of rest at home and the realization that he still feels uncomfortable, Marquez was today undergone a medical check to assess his current constitution. As a precautionary measure Marquez will not deny the Grand Prix of the Algarve on the upcoming weekend "Such the message.

Whether the Honda work team on the second Portimao weekend of the ongoing MotoGP season 2021 only with Pol Esppargaro, or whether a replacement driver is nominated for Marquez, is currently still open.

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