Marquez delays MotoGP return until 2021

He crashed out of the Spanish Grand Prix in Jerez on 19 JulyMarquez, 27, had won the title four years in a row.

But he has sidelined himself from the race due to fracturing his arm in the season-opener.

Marc Marquez is the Six-time MotoGP world champion.

He cannot participate further will sit out the final two events on the 2020 calendar, his Honda team announced Tuesday.

On a return to the track in 2021, the Spaniard will now try to focus.

The organizer of MotoGP featuring 20 races.Three points finish during his stand-in role have been secured by the German rider.

“Firstly, Thanking you HRC for handing me such a great chance released a provisional calendar last weekend and,

like to wish Marc all the best in his restarted healing,” Bradl said.

With more bike time and working with the Repsol Honda Team, I have felt my level increases.

It’s going to be busy with the highlight of eighth place in the wet Le Mans race end to the year but,

I am looking forward to the week of data will help us and, the forecast is looking better at the moment.

We have made a lot of progress since Le MansIt means that his brother.

and Portugal Alex Marquez and Stefan Bradl two riders for the final two races of the year in Valencia

The team’s Stated that “Stefan Bradl may terminate the 2020 season for Alex, showed well, especially in the wet during last weekend.”

When Marc Marquez returns in 2021, he’ll be aiming to win back his world championship.

Bradl has hit a strong vein of form, With back-to-back point finishes the season at Jerez in July and after undergoing surgery.

“As his recovery continues, Marc Marquez and the Repsol Honda Team confirm

he will not participate in the remainder of the 2020 MotoGP season and aims to return to racing in 2021,

” Honda said in a statement.

Joan Mir is currently on course to win this year’s title, as he holds a 37-point lead over Fabio Quartararo with two races to go.

The titanium plate and  Marquez across the rest of ’20  he suffered a broken right arm during the first race of the reshaped 2020 MotoGP.

Though Honda elected to remain silent on the matter at the time to break the silence soon after,

requiring a second operation and, he endeavored to return the subsequent week at the Andalusian GP but withdrew after practice.

In late August, Honda announced Marquez would be “out of action for two to three months”

which suggested that the rider could reappear in the final.

To stretch the championship had to undergo a second surgery in early August to replace the plate in his due to its broken arm.

That early backfired, when he forced to withdraw, the strain of the return also.

But this possibility hasn’t been reached amid his ongoing recovery and, with Honda opting not to take risks

As Marquez continues his rehabilitation, he will switch his focus to the 2021 season.

Since that operation, on August 3, very few details have been given.

A press release interview on August 22 suggested a recovery period of ‘two-three months’ and,

there have been complications with his recovery, meaning somewhere between October 22 and November 22.

An event Marquez previously said he “hoped to be at” – and will fuel rumors that MotoGP riders.

Often slash such recovery estimates, but in this case, it was a race that Marquez wasn’t able to win – the Portimao finale being on the weekend of November.

Rumors linked him with a possible return for either Aragon or possibly the f.

Though neither scenario he matters ahead of this weekend’s Valencia GPinal triple-header and events of the year at Valencia and Portimao.

He confirmed that Marquez would “not participate in the remainder of the 2020 MotoGP season”, adding that he “aims” to return to the track came to pass.

Replacement rider Stefan Bradl let slip in Aragon that he would continue to deputize.

The Japanese manufacturer has subsequently released a short statement on the ’21 campaign.

Honda has suffered for form as a result of the loss of its world champion, the marque yet to score a race victory so far.

this season – though both LCR’s Takaaki Nakagami and reigning Moto2 world champion Alex Marquez have threatened to breakthrough.

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