The Spanish Marc Márquez, pilot of the official team Honda de MotoGP, recognized that the recovery from his humerus injury is going well and that the medical discharge "it's closer", although racing again will depend on the sensations you have with smaller bikes and on having "Strength and ability" enough not to risk another relapse.
"When I am discharged, I would like to ride a motorcycle again before a MotoGP to see how I feel, then I will return as soon as possible, but as long as I feel ready and with enough strength and capacity", recognized the multiple champion.
As soon as he is discharged, Márquez will make contact with a small motorcycle to evaluate his condition. "If I feel good, the next day I will try to get on a bigger bike, like a street CBR 1000, to re-enter a big circuit and feel the speed of 300 km / h", he acknowledged.
Regarding the rehabilitation work he is doing, he stated: “Now everything is going very well, every time I feel better in the gym and the difference between the left arm and the right arm is much smaller. I am waiting for the doctor to discharge me at the bone level and for it to feel good muscularly to get on a motorcycle, but every time I feel that it is closer ”.
“We have recently started to work on strength, but the progression is upward, which is very important. We have been very prudent and cautious, taking small steps and I think we are on the right track. I am very happy and optimistic ”, he assured.
The world champion, who regretted missing the pre-season tests in Qatar, has a tight schedule between two physical and gym sessions a day, plus a bike or running outing.