MotoGP | Andalucia GP | Marc Marquez, Cal Crutchlow and Alex Rins are FIT TO RACE
Despite major injuries, all three riders have been declared fit to race for the second race of the season at Jerez; Marc Marquez aimed a miraculous comeback and it seems to be reality, while Cal and Alex were expected to be on track
Never say never when you are talking about MotoGP riders. We talked yesterday about the possibility that Marc Marquez could make his comeback at Jerez already and now it is reality, alongside Cal Crutchlow and Alex Rins.
Despite major injuries, both three riders have been declared fit to race for the second race of the year and all three will make a miraculous return considering their fractures. For sure, the most iconic comeback will be Marc Marquez’s one as he went under surgery just on Tuesday.
World Champion came back on track during Thursday morning with Honda HRC which announced it with a tweet. Marquez then had to serve medical checks to be declared fit to race and alongside Cal Crutchlow and Alex Rins had the OK from the doctors.
The Briton and the Spaniard from Suzuki seemed to be fine to race, while we had several doubts about Marc, considering that Dr.Mir excluded the possibility to see Marquez on track this weekend, but after just one day he changed opinion and thought that the Spaniard from Honda HRC could make an astonishing return.
It is not certain if Marquez, Crutchlow and Rins will make every session on track, but probably someone will miss a free practice as they have already did a lot of work just one week ago. Both three riders found a good setup and do not have to make too much on it.
Now the only thing to do is watching and see what is going to happen: Marquez, Crutchlow and Rins could be competitive despite their injuries and pain. Seeing them in the top position would be a miracle, but it could not be too far from reality.