Marc Márquez will also miss the Styrian GP

The Cervera driver will continue with his recovery and Bradl will continue to take his place. If there are no complications, the current champion will return at the San Marino GP in September.


Marc Márquez, who continues with his process of recovering from the fracture in the humerus of the right arm that has forced him to undergo surgery twice, will not compete the next weekend in the Styrian GP at the Red Bull Ring circuit, as confirmed his team in a statement.

Stefan Bradl, who has replaced Márquez since the Brno GP, will ride the Honda for the third time this season. A Honda that if there are no setbacks, Marc will get on again at the next San Marino GP, scheduled for September 13.

In this way, the eight-time world champion will be able to take advantage of the stoppage in the calendar after the Styrian GP and will have four more weeks ahead to consolidate his recovery. If he finally returns to San Marino, Márquez will have missed four races: the GP of Andalusia, in which he tried to get back on the bike after the crash in the GP of Spain a week earlier, the GP of the Czech Republic, the GP of Austria and the upcoming Styrian GP.

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