The six-time MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez is considering to immediately return to racing this weekend just a few days after his operation.
Marquez saved a huge crash early in the Spanish GP last week and was able to comeback from almost last to 3rd place before crashing again. The second crash was a violent high side that fractured his right arm and ended his race.
“Sometimes things don’t work out as you expect but the most important thing is to get up and move on,” he said.
The Repsol Honda rider was operated on last Tuesday by Dr Xavier Mir at the Dexeus Hospital in Barcelona.
His contemplation to race this weekend was boosted by the news he has avoided radial nerve damage, which could have necessitated a longer rehabilitation stint, as well as complicate matters should he fall again.
If ever he does race he would have changed his season dramatically as he was scheduled to miss multiple events as doctors worked to stablilise the fracture. It will minimize negative impact to his 2020 MotoGP campaign.
Even so, his doctor says to focus on a return for round three in Brno.
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