Marc Márquez will return to the MotoGP World Championship in Austin

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The Repsol Honda Team rider will ride again his RC213V after consultation and clearance from his medical team.

Marc Márquez will return to the MotoGP World Championship in Austin

Doctors have cleared Marc Márquez for a return to Grand Prix competition after his fall in Warm Up at the Indonesian GP and subsequent diplopia diagnosis. The Repsol Honda Team rider has completed his conservative treatment plan and is ready to return to action at Round 4, The Americas Grand Prix at Austin, Texas. Before heading for the US, he confirmed his feelings and vision on a CBR600RR around the Alcarras circuit.

Márquez’s record around the Texan circuit speaks for itself, having only missed victory on one occasion when he crashed while comfortably leading in 2019. Even with his historic speed at the track, Márquez is not chasing immediate glory and is aiming to spend the weekend getting back up to speed with the Repsol Honda Team RC213V and continuing to build his feeling and speed on the new machine.

His Repsol Honda teammate, Pol Espargaró, comes into the American event in top form and eager to move on from the last round, in which a crash deprived him of a fight for the podium. The Spaniard will try to maintain his good feeling at the Circuit of the Americas with a bike that has already allowed him to score a podium this season. This weekend he competes at a track where the Honda has traditionally been well suited.

Rider Statements


“Of course I am very happy to be back, it’s a great feeling to return and especially to do it at one of my favourite tracks. No matter the situation, I really enjoy riding in Texas and have incredible memories there. We have some work to do after missing two races and the whole Argentina weekend so I am not here to set one target at the moment. There’s many things to do and consider, but the important thing is that we are back on the bike this weekend.”


“After the disappointment of last race I am looking forward to riding again this week. Austin was not the easiest circuit for us last year but with the new bike it’s interesting to come and compare what we did last year to this year. Already it looks like there will be many people in the mix for the championship this year so we need to get back to scoring points and putting together weekends like the start of the year. It’s time to get some more points on the board and start building something.”

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