Final touches on the Honda before Márquez returns?

Bradl will carry out a private test in Jerez this week to fine-tune the RC213V before the Portimao event, where the eighth champion could return.


Monday, April 12, 2021. This is the date that fans of the MotoGP World Championship, in general, and the followers of Marc Márquez and Andrea Dovizioso, in particular, have marked in red on their particular calendars. Because this day, Márquez will undergo a new medical examination at the Ruber Internacional Hospital in Madrid to verify if he can return to the queen class nine months after fracturing the humerus of his right arm in a virulent fall at the 2020 Spanish GP, while Dovizioso will complete in Jerez de la Frontera the first of the three days of private training (April 12-13-14) that he plans to carry out with Aprilia to know the potential of the RS-GP 2021 and see if it can be a winning project that return to competition next season.

Two hypothetical returns, with greater possibilities of occurring in the short term in Marc's case, which are generating great expectations in Honda and Aprilia. In this sense, the Tokyo brand has organized an exclusive test for Stefan Bradl this week at the Jerez-Ángel Nieto circuit so that the German can calmly test different solutions devised by Japanese technicians for the 2021 Portuguese GP to improve the interaction between the RC213V with Michelin tires, both front and rear, and the clutch reciprocation with the Holeshot device or Magic Button when starting a race.

Similarly, Massimo Rivola, CEO of the Noale factory, does not rule out in 'GPOne' that the Forlimpopoli rider will get back on the back of the transalpine saddle in mid-May in Mugello, although they must first make a good impression on the runner-up 2017, 2018 and 2019 in the Andalusia region: "We are very curious in Aprilia to know what your feelings will be on our bike. I think it will put Aprilia to the test instead of us. If things go well, maybe we will start to push him. Now we have this opportunity with Dovizioso and even if we only have a 1% chance of getting it, we have to try. "Miller and Lecuona, operated on for compartment syndrome

"The operation was brief and it went very well. I can't wait to start the rehabilitation: there are 10 days until the next Grand Prix in Portimao and if the recovery times go according to plan, I may be competing in the Portugal race "and" Very happy, totally satisfactory operation ", are the two messages that Jack Miller and Iker Lecuona have written on their social networks to reveal that this Tuesday they have undergone the operating rooms of the Dexeus University Hospital ) and IMED (Valencia) to cure the compartment syndrome that they suffered in their right arm, a very frequent pain among World Championship pilots that is caused by an increase in pressure in the osteo-fascial compartment and that can lead to problems with flow blood and nerve and muscle damage.

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