Ducati, sigh of relief for Enea Bastianini

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Enea Bastianini ‘sees’ Austin

Sigh of relief for Enea Bastianini and Ducati: the Romagna rider will not have to undergo surgery on his right shoulder. The specialist examination held by Dr. Porcellini in Forlì has confirmed that the fracture in the right scapula is compound and for this reason surgery is not necessary. Enea will have to keep the shoulder immobilized and will begin the rehabilitation process as soon as possible to try to recover for the Grand Prix of the Americas, scheduled for April 14-16.

“The visits were quite positive, the fracture in the scapula is obviously there, however fortunately it is compound, so I will be able to re-start rehabilitation from next Monday. There are good hopes to race in Austin, so the goal will be to be back in shape for that race there. Obviously I will have to be okay to ride MotoGP: it has to be worth it, but we will evaluate what to do later,” commented the Beast, as reported by FormulaPassion.com.

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