LONDON, England – Repsol Honda and Marc Marquez have decided not to rush back into MotoGP racing.
The eight-times world motorcycling champion and Honda Racing have consulted with and compared the opinions of a number of specialists about his broken upper arm – the injury inflicted by a crash during the 2020 Spanish MotoGP.
”All parties,” Honda said in a media communication,” have decided to modify the recovery process.
”The objective of both Marquez and the Honda team is to return to MotoGP when Marc’s arm has fully recovered.”
That, The Corner was told, could take up to three months.
‘ONLY ONE DEADLINE’
Team manager Alberto Puig, told The Corner in a media release: “There’s been a lot of talk about Marc’s recovery but we’ve said the only deadline is that he is fully recovered from his injury.
”When Marc is in a position to come back and compete we will think about the next goal.”