‘For me I would return tomorrow, but it will not be tomorrow’

Marc Márquez, pilot of Repsol Honda, continues to make progress in recovering from the fracture of the right humerus and it is yet to decide in which GP he will get back on the bike. But meanwhile, the one from Cervera has responded to the Repsol fans. And he stressed that his return will not take long to take place. “Both morally and physically I feel good. I would come back tomorrow for myself, but it won’t be tomorrow. I think it will be sooner rather than later ”, assured Marc.

The Catalan rider has also said that he wants to return being competitive, and that is why he intends to be fully recovered and one hundred percent safe. “My mentality will be the same. Try to be on the edge. Force the arm, but always within the doctors’ deadlines. And when I get back on the bike, my approach will be the same: attack. So when I return I have to be in good physical condition. The arm will have to be at 80 or 90 percent to try to be fast from the beginning ”.

Marc valued this again MotoGP World Championship It seems that nobody wants to win it. “Watching the races from home creates some anxiety, anger, but that’s what it takes. Seeing that your rivals don’t score many points makes you want to come back ”.

And he concluded by talking about his brother and partner, Alex, whom he hopes will end up achieving great things in MotoGP- “I hope he ends up fighting but he does not end up winning. If one day they have to beat me, let him be my brother ”.