Marc Márquez returned to surgery at the beginning of June, for what was the fourth operation related to the humerus fracture he suffered at the 2020 Spanish Grand Prix at the Jerez circuit. Since then, the Honda rider had problems in that area and going under the knife has become almost a regular thing for him.
Márquez, like any rider forced to be away from his motorcycle, misses circuits and races, so, pending a new medical check-up at the end of the month that will tell him exactly what stage of his recovery he is in, he will visit the Red Bull Ring paddock, the track where the Austrian GP will be held from August 19 to 21.
In his long period of rehabilitation after the complex operation, for which he traveled to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester (Minnesota, USA), Márquez has been able to increase its intensity, always under medical supervision, and has been showing his progress fans through various posts on their social networks.
It was his own brother, Alex Márquez, who confirmed during the British Grand Prix that he does not know when he will return, but that he will only do so when he feels ready, and that he will not rush to get on the bike again.
Marc Márquez has a lot of work ahead of him to be able to return to the level of form he had before suffering the injury that has marked the last three seasons of his MotoGP career, but the next medical check-up at the end of August will clarify how much The Cervera rider remains to be done and the path he must follow to try to return to his best level.