Marc Marquez Sidelined until June 2021

Information regarding the condition of Marc Marquez from MotoGP was provided on November 3rd. Details indicated that after completing his third operation, Marquez would require six months for recovery. Marquez announced that healing & recovery would be sustained in Madrid, the homeplace of MotoGP’s 6-Time Champion. Delays associated with recovery follows after doctors incorrectly performed the first surgery, prompting a second to follow.

The second surgery failed, with healthcare experts struggling to ascertain what’s required to recover Marc Marquez’s right arm. Thirty days of Marquez sustaining discussions with multiple doctors resulted in the determination that a third surgery is required. It’d take eight hours for completion, with healthcare experts on-scene clarifying that zero complications were sustained. Recovery won’t be challenging but lengthy, with Marquez slated to miss the season opener on March 28th. Timeframes given for healing suggests that Marc Marquez could miss almost half of 2021 MotoGP campaign.

Determination to resume racing hasn’t ever been more vital for Marc Marquez. That became evident after breaking his arm on July 19th. Marquez missed the entire 2020 MotoGP Campaign following the Spanish GP incident, with that race marking the first of this years. Learning Marquez will require almost half of next years campaign for healing is devastating for supporters & the driver himself. Marc Marquez hasn’t spoken with reporters after learning of the prolonged timeframe for recovery. It’s expected that Stefan Bradl will sustain his replacement seat for Marquez until the champ’s formal return in Mid-2021.

Third & Final Surgery

Marc Marquez challenged multiple healthcare experts to locate solutions that wouldn’t involve a third surgery. There wasn’t an individual worldwide capable of healing Marquez without extensive reformatting of his bone structure. It was learned that hip bone was taken from Marquez & grafted onto the right-arms humerus areas.

Doctors hope that the newly introduced bone structure will cover Marquez’s metal plating from previous surgeries. June 2020 will see Marquez evaluated & determined if the surgery was successful. Failure with a third surgery will likely mean the forced retirement of Marc Marquez, which would devastate the MotoGP Paddock & Community. All that’d be left is his younger brother to continue the family’s legacy, which would be impossible to sustain.

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