Marc Marquez’s recovery from diplopia has made great strides. Diplopia is the double vision he received as a result of a crash on Enduro.
After consulting with the doctor treating the eye condition, the Repsol Honda rider was able to ride the bike again.
Marquez decides to ride a motocross bike on a local truck in Lleida, Spain, using his previous diplopia lesson after the actual monster crash in Sepang in 2011, and is cautious about choosing a venue. was.
In 2012, he first biked on a track shared with Alcarras’ BSB team. The news of his ride leaked immediately. This wasn’t too much of a concern on Lleida’s MX trucks.
In the video published in Honda’s press release (above), Marquez seems to be riding very freely and not restraining.
The press release explains that he is “optimistic” about returning to two wheels and is the next step for the Spaniards to try biking on the asphalt circuit. There was no mention of when that would happen.
A more positive sign is that Marquez will appear at Honda’s press conference on Friday morning and the HRC will announce plans for next season in several championships.
There is no news about whether Marquez will be in time for the Sepang test, but at least he will be racing during the 2022 season. His true level of fitness and ability will only be revealed when he starts riding the MotoGP bike again.
Source: Repsol Honda
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