Marc Márquez's dilemma

He has lost the first two races of the championship, which is by no means an insurmountable obstacle to his title options.

Marc-Márquez's-dilemma

The nightmare for Marc Márquez is over. The uncertainty about his recovery has been so great that many even feared the worst: that the Catalan's spectacular sports career could be cut short. A threat that disappears because next weekend he will be in Portimao, to get back on his MotoGP Honda at the Portuguese GP. It is understood that the doctors of the World Cup will give the go-ahead for it to be so (they did it four days after the first operation, it would only be otherwise) and the ilerdense will be able to begin to recover the sensations of the competition. A great moment, also loaded with unknowns. Very interesting to know how a pilot of his claw, courage and ambition will face such a delicate return.

A real dilemma for the oldest of the Marquez. He has missed the first two races of the championship, which is by no means an insurmountable obstacle to his title chances if he can pick up the pace without too much delay. The leadership of Johan Zarco appears at 40 points, which are many but certainly recoverable at this stage of the World Cup, especially if Marc soon becomes the same as always. It will be a difficult compromise, continuing his recovery without raising the bar on risk more than necessary, while protecting his options to what would be his ninth title. One more incentive for next Sunday's race in particular and for the season in general. We will see, the important thing now is that the king is back ...



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