Marc Márquez and Pol Espargaró reunited for Repsol Honda Team

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The Aragón Grand Prix this weekend marks the last round before the flyaways.

Marc Márquez and Pol Espargaró reunited for Repsol Honda Team

The Repsol Honda Team announced this morning that Marc Márquez will return to action in MotoGP after 110 days without contesting a race. Both he and Pol Espargaró arrive at a track that appears to be favourable for their Honda machines.

Márquez will compete in a race weekend once again at one of his favourite circuits, MotorLand Aragón. At this track, the Repsol Honda Team rider has been on the podium eight times – 6 wins and 2 second places -, proving to be one of the strongest in the history of the circuit.

His objective this time around is to continue with his recovery and, little by little, get back up to speed in MotoGP.

Espargaró comes into the weekend optimistic after the two-day test held last week at Misano. The Repsol Honda Team rider has also been on the podium at MotorLand, with two victories and a third place.

Declaraciones de los pilotos


“Well, what can I say? I am very excited to return to MotoGP this weekend, especially at such a special track for me like Aragon. The objective this weekend is not to go out and fight straight away, it is to build up everything and prepare well for the future. Build myself, the bike, everything. Misano was good but the race weekend will be different, there’s more intensity and less time to rest so it will be a different kind of challenge. I have been doing a lot of recovery work and continuing in the gym as well as riding a bike again before this weekend. I am very happy to be back!”


“We had a good test in Misano and I have had a positive week training and recovering at home, so I am looking forward to racing in Aragon this weekend. Of course all the local fans provide a nice boost and after what we found during the test, I’m aiming for a positive weekend. It’s important to start this period well because we have a lot of races in not a lot of time, so we need to build momentum and carry it to this series of races. Our first job is to confirm what we found in Misano and see how the weekend develops.”


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