MotoGP Calvary is over: Marc Márquez receives medical discharge and will race in Portimao
(Repsol Honda RC 213 V) returns to competition this weekend at the Portuguese GP.
The eight-time world champion has been out for
as a result of his serious injury to the right humerus, but he returns with the conviction that "he had listened to the doctors" at all times during his recovery and that he also had "a great feeling ".
"It's a great feeling to return to MotoGP, with my team and my bike; we have worked very hard to achieve it,
many hours in the gym and with my 'physio' Carlos,
" says Márquez, who returns to competition after missing the previous season .
The Repsol Honda team rider was also unable to participate in the first two grands prix in Qatar to better complete his recovery and he rejoins the competition after receiving the approval of the doctors.
"We would have liked to be in Qatar, but finally my doctors advised me against it and I listened to them.
I have focused on listening to the doctors and understanding my body to be able to return to MotoGP
and do what I love," he says in the press release released for your team.
Marc Márquez arrives in Portimao, a practically new circuit for him because last year he could not be present when the MotoGP World Championship held its last race of the season at this track.
But he recalled that "
the objective of this weekend is to work well
"Little by little we are coming back and this is very positive after a long period," he added.
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