Reviews Stefan Bradl not fully fit in Misano 2: nerve problems after overload
MotoGP comeback fix: Bradl represents world champion
© Getty Images Stefan Bradl will represent Marc Márquez in Brno Stefan Bradl celebrates his MotoGP comeback. The German will replace Márc Marquez at the Czech Grand Prix. The Honda team announced this. series world champion Márquez was operated on his arm a second time after his failed comeback in Jerez . He had a bad fall at the start of the season and had broken his right upper arm. It is not yet clear whether he will be able to start again at the successor GP in Austria.
Honda driver Stefan Bradl recently suffered from numbness in his right hand, but hopes that the situation in Misano 2 will improve - Barcelona use and Portimao test fix
After the first MotoGP race weekend in Misano, Honda rider Stefan Bradl complained of nerve problems in his right arm. And even if the German will compete for the second prank on the Adriatic coast, there is still a small question mark behind his fitness, as he revealed on Thursday.
"I had a few checks in Germany on Monday, and basically it's okay at the moment. We'll see how it is when I ride my motorcycle again. Nothing dramatic. But the problem is that it's me last weekend, and I've had this feeling for a couple of weeks, "says the 30-year-old on the record with regard to his physical condition.
Marc Marquez will miss next MotoGP race after second arm surgery
MotoGP champion Marc Marquez is out for the Czech Republic Grand Prix at Brno and will be replaced by Stefan Bradl after a second surgery on his right arm.Marquez underwent surgery Monday on the arm, which was fractured during a crash in the season opener July 19 at Jerez. The plate attached to his repaired right humerus became damaged because of stress accumulation.
He had undergone a few treatments in the past few days to get the problem under control. "And I hope that the situation will get better tomorrow and that I can drive more freely and without being disturbed by the numbness in my right hand."Bradl: MotoGP is more physical than ever.
When asked about the cause of the nerve problems, Bradl can only speculate: "That's a good question. Despite the lockdown, despite the long break, I certainly continued training, but you know, without it Sitting on the motorcycle is a different kind of training. That could of course have influenced the situation. "
"Then it went from zero to 100 for me. Riding for three weeks, testing and so on. That can also trigger the process I'm in at the moment. Especially since the motorcycle is very physical, but the sport in general has probably gotten more physical because the level of MotoGP is now incredibly high. Unfortunately, our bike is not very easy to ride at the moment. "
MotoGP star injured when opening the window
© Imago Marc Márquez will be replaced by Stefan Bradl in Brno No further crash on the motorcycle, but a simple activity at home was the reason for the renewed operation of MotoGP dominator Marc Márquez . As Honda's team manager Alberto Puig revealed on Thursday, Márquez damaged the plate in his newly operated arm when "opening a window". This was removed and replaced during the intervention on Monday. It was a "large window", stated Puig.
Still, Bradl hopes the treatments have helped and that the problem won't affect him too much in the future. Finally, there are two more back-to-back races on the agenda with Misano 2 and Barcelona, in which he will replace the still pausingHonda tester looking forward to Portimao .
The Honda test driver doesn't know anything about its possible comeback: "I was told that I still have a few races ahead of me. And whenever Marc is ready, he will and will come back Inform you in good time. "
Bradl's plan for the upcoming race weekend is to build on the lessons learned from Tuesday's testing and confirm what Honda teammate Alex Marquez has tried. Because Bradl himself did not test. "But first of all I have to check my physical condition, how I feel on the bike, and I hope that I can be 100 percent competitive."
Bradl is looking forward to the test in Portimao: He knows the track from the Superbike World Championship
Alex Marquez on Marc Marquez 'comeback: "He will take his time"
© Motorsport Images Will Marc Marquez return to the MotoGP event in Misano? MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez will not get on his Honda RC213V at the Styrian Grand Prix this weekend. Honda test driver Stefan Bradl takes over the champion's factory machine again. Alex Marquez is in constant contact with his three years older brother. "He is at home and watches TV", reports Alex Marquez on 'ServusTV' and jokes: "He takes care of my dogs and actually takes it easy.
Photo: Motorsport ImagesWith a view to the test in Portimao announced for October 7th Bradl will also take part as a test rider, with the current MotoGP bike, says the German: "I'm actually looking forward to it, because Portimao is a racetrack that I already know from the 2017 Superbike World Championship." World Championship decision in the very last race?
"I hope you did a good job renewing the asphalt of the track because it has been very bumpy in the past. And this track is not easy. At least I hope that it is flat and good, that it has a good surface It will be an important test for Honda, for every manufacturer, "says Bradl.
Because in Portimao, which is otherwise not part of the MotoGP calendar, the season finale will take place this year. "And it looks like the championship will be decided there if everything goes on as before." Bradl is addressing the tight. There will also be a few regular drivers at the Portiamo test, but due to the strict regulations they are only allowed to ride street bikes there.
With images from Motorsport Images.
Stefan Bradl the "mileage guy" at Honda: From Portimao to Le Mans .
After one and a half days of testing, Stefan Bradl describes his impressions with a MotoGP bike in Portimao - because of late arrival he left the wet training session in Le Mans Stefan Bradl has one exhausting week. The German tested Honda's MotoGP machine in Portimao on Wednesday and Thursday. Of all the drivers contesting the French Grand Prix this weekend, only Bradl completed the second day of testing in Portugal.