Marc Marquez confirms will not participate in the remainder of 2020 MotoGP

Eight-time world champion Marc Marquez officially announced that he would not participate in the remaining two series in the 2020 MotoGP season. This is because his right arm has not fully recovered.

The Repsol Honda Team rider suffered a serious accident in the first series of MotoGP 2020 in Jerez, last July. The injury broke the upper arm bone in his right hand. As a result, the person concerned must undergo surgery.

Two days later, the operation went well, a titanium plate was placed with 12 screws between them to connect the arm bones.

Interestingly, two days after the operation, Marc Marquez was deemed fit and fit enough to appear at the Andalusian Grand Prix. He even appeared in the Free Practice session.

Unfortunately, after FP3 Marc Marquez actually found bruises on his arm and finally he canceled his participation in the Andalusian GP. The hope was that the rider could perform in Czech, but the drama of his injury was getting worse.

Surprisingly ahead of the Czech GP, Marc Marquez is certain to have a second operation. This operation was carried out after the plate on his arm broke when he tried to open the window of his house.

Since the incident, the recovery process has been very complicated and takes a long time.

There was news that Marc Marquez had the opportunity to participate in the last three MotoGP series this season. However, in reality, he was still absent at the European Grand Prix last weekend.

Estimated to be able to play in the last two series which will take place in Valencia and Portugal respectively, Marc Marquez has announced that he will not play in the rest of the 2020 MotoGP season.

The shocking news was announced directly by Rider from Spain via his personal Twitter account.

“I will not be back competing this season. After evaluating my arm with the doctors and my team, we decided that the best option is to come back next year.”

“Now is the time for me to continue the recovery process. Thank you for your messages of support. Can’t wait to come back in 2021, “wrote Marquez.

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