Marc Marquez, arm is bothering: Puig’s update
Honda team manager Puig took stock of Marc Marquez’s condition ahead of the last race of the season
Honda team manager Alberto Puig updated on Marc Marquez’s condition ahead of the season’s grand finale in Valencia. “The doctors have told him that he is okay at the bone level, but logically he still has discomfort at the muscular level,” are the words reported by As.
“He still needs some time, but it is clear that we are seeing a progression. He feels it and each time he is more and more happy. We are very satisfied, he is finding meaning to what he suffered this summer. Things are moving forward and not backward, I’m proud for him.”
After clinching a 125 world championship in 2010 and a Moto2 world championship in 2012, Marc Marquez officially made his MotoGp debut in 2013 on a Honda. Already in his first year in the top MotoGP category, he won the championship ahead of Jorge Lorenzo and teammate Daniel Pedrosa. From 2014 to 2019 he wins five more World Championships, not triumphing only in 2015, the year in which he serves as the needle in the challenge between Valentino Rossi and Lorenzo.