MotoGP: ‘See you in Portimao’, says returning Marc Marquez | Racing News – Times of India

PARIS: Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez says he has lastly recovered from the accidents that worn out all of final season and can return on the Portuguese Grand Prix on Sunday week.
“See you in Portimao next week,” the Spaniard, who rides for Honda, posted on Instagram on Saturday.
Marquez fractured his proper arm when he fell in the primary Grand Prix of final season, an harm that required three bouts of surgical procedure, the final in December.
He returned to coaching originally of February however was unable to line up for the primary two races of the brand new marketing campaign in Qatar.
“I’M VERY HAPPY!” the returning MotoGP king posted on social media alongside a photograph of him grinning from ear to ear.
“Yesterday I visited the doctors and they gave me the green light to return to competition.
“They have been 9 tough months, with moments of uncertainties and ups and downs, and now, lastly, I will get pleasure from my ardour once more! See you subsequent week in Portimao!!”
His Honda team confirmed their star rider was at last ready to ride.
“Marquez can resume competitors, taking into consideration the affordable threat related to this sporting exercise,” Honda said.
The 28-year-old has downplayed his chances of adding a seventh world title this year.
“My objective is to get pleasure from being on the bike once more and little by little to get again to being as quick as I used to be,” he said at Honda’s seasonal launch in February.
“What you have to grasp is that you can not count on after 10 months away from the bike to reach on the first race and be the identical Marc.
“It’s the first time that I have been so long without being on the bike and I don’t know what that first lap will be like but I know it will not be 100 percent.”

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