The check-up visit on Monday went well, two and a half months after the off-road training accident, Marc Márquez completed his first motocross session again. Honda announced this on Thursday evening.
On Monday, Marc Márquez, who suffered from diplopia (double vision) since a fall on his enduro bike on October 30, was scheduled for another medical examination with Dr. Sánchez Dalmau, who noticed a clear improvement in vision.
That’s why the eight-time world champion was given the go-ahead to return to a motorcycle. Marc Márquez and his team opted for a demanding motocross session on the Ponts Circuit in Lleida. “I enjoyed it like a child,” enthused the 28-year-old Spaniard on his social media channels.
After several runs on the bike, Marc felt “more than optimistic,” said Honda in a short broadcast. The next step is the return to a paved race track, it was said.
First of all, Marc Márquez will attend Honda’s PR appointment on Friday. “Because his condition has improved, Marc Márquez will be present at the presentation of the Honda riders tomorrow,” confirmed the spokesman for Repsol Honda.