"I don't think Márquez will get to the start of the World Cup," says Pernat

The Italian leader says on the GPone.com website that "it would be a success if Marc returned in the middle of the championship." And meanwhile, bet on his replacement: Stefan Bradl.

"I-don't-think-Márquez-will-get-to-the-start-of-the-World-Cup,"-says-Pernat

Marc Márquez's recovery process continues to grab the MotoGP World Championship headlines. Much has been written and there have been many opinions about his rehabilitation process, with three operations on his right arm and without a set deadline to see the de Cervera on the Honda again.

Recently Bernard Achou, a former osteopath of the 'Clinica Mobile' who travels to the circuits to assist the World Cup riders, opined in the magazine 'Moto Revue' that a hypothetical fourth operation by Márquez would leave him blank in the 2021 season. now it has been Carlo Pernat who has ventured, on the GPone.com website, to set the date for the return of the eighth champion: half of the 2021 season according to the Genoese leader.

Pernat was already very critical of the management that Honda and Alberto Puig did with the rehabilitation of their pilot and now thinks that Marc will not be recovered for the start of the championship in Losail, on March 28: "I don't think Marc is there to the start of the World Cup. It would be a success if he returned to half of the championship. He needs time to train, he hasn't run for a year and he won't want to risk it. He will return when he is one hundred percent ", says Pernat.

And in that case the Italian is clear who will get on the RC213V: the German Stefan Bradl: "It is practically official that he will replace Marc and this eliminates the possibility of seeing Dovizioso on the track. Even Santi Hernández said he was very happy with Stefan ".

Pernat refers to the statements of Márquez's chief mechanic in the podcast 'por ears' in which he thought that if someone should carry the eight-time champion's bike, that should be the Honda tester. And Pernat has interpreted that statement as a clue to the future of Márquez and expresses it this way: "That makes you realize what will happen" .



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