Honda confirms Márquez's fourth zero

The champion, who will miss the first round at the Red Bull Ring, could contest the 2020 Styrian GP, although Brald has assumed that Marc will not return until Misano.


Jerez-Ángel Nieto, twice, Brno and for now, the first race at Red Bull Ring. Honda has confirmed that Marc Márquez will not participate in the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix that will take place this Sunday in the town of Spielberg, thus adding his fourth zero in the 2020 MotoGP World Championship after fracturing his right humerus at the Spanish Grand Prix. 2020 and being forced to go through the operating room at the Hospital Universitari Dexeus in Barcelona up to two times to cure this injury.

"Stefan Bradl will compete again with the Repsol Honda team in the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix, while the current world champion Marc Márquez continues to recover from his intervention", reads the press release provided by the golden wing factory.

A news that the German rider has received with great joy, who after finishing eighteenth in the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic 2020 has assured on his Twitter account that he is very happy to continue improving his performance on the back of the RC213V not only in the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix, but also the 2020 Styrian Grand Prix, a message that minutes later he deleted.

An event, not seeing Marc in the double of the Murtal District, which in case of corroborating the Japanese team next week would cause all eyes to be focused on the 2020 San Marino Grand Prix (September 13), a test where Marc could reach, in the worst case scenario, 109 points behind Fabio Quartararo, with nine grand prizes and 1,540 points yet to be celebrated and awarded.

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