- Marquez underwent successful surgery for a fractured humerus on Monday
- Today, he’s been declared fit to return to racing at the Andalucía GP
In a rather surprising turn of events, six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez has been declared fit to race in this weekend’s Andalucía GP, just four days after suffering a fractured arm at the season-opening Spanish GP last weekend.
What happened to Marquez at the Spanish GP?
Despite showcasing a clear pace advantage at the opening round of the 2020 MotoGP season, the race at the Jerez Circuit ended on a disastrous note for Marquez. After losing traction at Turn 4, he’d mounted a spirited comeback and was running in third place, when he suffered a high-side at Turn 3, ending his race.
The crash left him with a fractured right humerus for which he travelled to Barcelona on Monday and underwent successful surgery. With…