Repsol Honda group manager Alberto Puig uncovered on Thursday that MotoGP best on the planet Marc Marquez had required recurrent medical procedure to his messed up arm subsequent to harming a titanium plate attempting to open an enormous window at home.
Marquez broke his arm in the season-opening race in Jerez, attempted to restore the next end of the week at a similar Spanish circuit and is currently managed out of this current end of the week’s Czech Grand Prix in Brno.
The Spaniard had a second activity in Barcelona to fix the harmed plate on Monday, and Puig advised correspondents that had nothing to do with the endeavor to race again in Jerez.
“A local mishap, opening a major window – not a window, similar to a major entryway – made a major agony that therefore broke the plate,” he said.
“He had a great deal of torment in the arm and they (the specialists) could see that plate was broken.
“Presumably because of the pressure of this time, this thing occurred. Yet, unmistakably it occurred after the stupendous prix,” said Puig.
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