Márquez's clinical situation is favorable after a review

The Repsol Honda rider returned to the Ruber clinic for a check-up ten weeks after his operation: "The patient will be able to progress progressively".

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Marc Márquez continues to take small steps forward to recover 100% from the fracture in the right humerus that occurred in the last laps of the 2020 Spanish GP after making a new home mark saved of 67º degrees of incline and climbing thirteen positions in 17 laps.

Repsol Honda has confirmed, through a press release, that the eighth champion has undergone a new medical examination this week at the Ruber Internacional Hospital in Madrid where doctors Samuel Antuña, Ignacio Roger de Oña Juan De Miguel, Aitor Ibarzabal and Andrea García Villanueva have verified a bone consolidation of the injured bone, a situation that will allow Marc to take a further step in his rehabilitation over the next few weeks.

New chassis, swingarm and exhaust, main improvements to the Honda

"In the review performed on Marc Márquez at the Ruber Internacional Hospital 10 weeks after surgery for infected pseudoarthrosis of the right humerus, the medical team led by doctors Samuel Antuña and Ignacio Roger de Oña, and made up of doctors Juan De Miguel, Aitor Ibarzabal and Andrea García Villanueva, has verified a favorable clinical situation, with radiographic signs of bone consolidation in evolution. From now on and during the next few weeks, the patient will be able to advance progressively in the process of functional recovery of the operated arm ", reveals the orange formation.

It should be noted that the Cervera rider participated this Tuesday, together with his new colleague Pol Espargaró, in a photographic session for the presentation of the new RC213V where AS has been able to confirm that he was very encouraged and hopeful to be able to get on the Honda again in the Qatar GP 2021 (March 28) .

A mount that Stefan Bradl has already made debut on the track with two private tests in Jerez de la Frontera where the German has compiled valuable information about the improvements in the chassis, swingarm, exhaust, fenders and rear brake caliper that the technicians commanded by Takehiro Koyasu and Takeo Yokoyama have developed this winter to gain power and top speed on the straights and fine-tune the interaction with the Michelin rear tire mid-turn.



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