Reigning MotoGP champion Marquez will not play in the final stages of the championshipNovember 4, 2020
Reigning MotoGP World Champion Honda racer Marc Marquez will no longer be on the track this season. In July, the Spaniard broke his humerus.
In late August, it was reported that the 27-year-old motorcycle racer would need several more months to recover. But now it became known that this season, Marquez will no longer take part in the races.
Repsol Honda racer Stefan Bradl said that for the remaining three stages of the season, it will be he who will go to the start instead of Marquez. The 30-year-old German has replaced the six-time world champion in previous MotoGP events.
“I will finish the season in the place of Marquez, they let me know about it. I don’t know if I can tell you, but these are the facts. Mark now needs to take care of his health. Risking for the sake of one or two stages is simply pointless ”, – quotes Bradlya Servus TV.
Marquez was injured during the first stage of the season in Jerez, Spain. Then he broke his arm, and a week later he aggravated the injury, trying to get back on the track.
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