Márquez: "I don't rule out being in the first race in Qatar"

The pilot traveled to the Gulf country to receive the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine and on his return he was optimistic about his reappearance.


Marc Márquez is already back from his lightning trip to Qatar, where he received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, after offering the government of the Gulf country such a possibility to all the members of the MotoGP paddock.

Upon his return, he spoke to the microphones of 'Cuatro' about his recovery process and about the possibility of seeing him in the first GP of the season in Qatar: "I do not rule out being in the first race, but I do not assure anything because in a recovery there are ups and downs. " During the last week, the one from Cervera was seen doing exercises on top of a mini bike, after receiving the approval of the doctors to intensify his exercises. "The situation with Marc is beginning to normalize, but it is evident that in his first race he will not be 100%," Alberto Puig, Repsol Honda's main team, tells motorsport.com, without specifying what that first race will be.

Returning to the champion, on his arrival at El Prat airport, Márquez spoke about the opportunity that the MotoGP family has been given to get vaccinated in Qatar: "The whole MotoGP family had the opportunity to be vaccinated and I think it was a great job of the entire championship, logically it was voluntary and I chose yes that's why I traveled. In this way, when it's time to vaccinate here in Spain, my vaccine will go to someone else ".

Márquez will have to return to Doha to receive the second dose of the vaccine. At the moment it is unknown when he will make the trip, although MotoGP will remain in Qatar until next April 5, since the championship starts with a double appointment at the Losail circuit (March 28 and April 4).

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