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MotoGP 2020: What’s in store?

(MotoGP 2020 by Charlotte Hallam*)

The MotoGP 2020 season is set to excite us once again in its latest season which starts in March. A total of 20 Grand Prix races will be held under the MotoGP calendar and riders and followers of the sport would be gearing up for the new season.

MotoGP action starts on 8 March 2020 at the Losail International Circuit. The season ends on 15 November at the Comunitat Valenciana-Ricardo Tormo, Spain.

Marc Marquez, Valentino Rossi and Andrea Dovizioso are the usual suspects to finish near the top come the end of the season.

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Marc Marquez to impress despite injuries

Marc Marquez has established himself as one of the best riders on the grid winning multiple championships over the last decade.

He looks set to add to his trophy cabinet this year. However, he would be looking to recover from his fall in the Sepang MotoGP pre-season as he fell twice and finished 13th on the combined time across the three days.

Marquez had surgery on his right shoulder in the off season and would be looking to get over the recent falls as soon as possible. Luckily, Marc managed to avoid any major injuries.

Fabio Quartararo to shine

Fabio Quartararo finished the Sepang MotoGP pre-season at the top. He recorded the fastest lap on each of the three days in the pre-season at the Sepang test circuit in Malaysia.

The Yamaha rider is one of the brightest talents in the sport and he even managed to record a best lap time of 1 minute, 58.349 seconds in his 17th lap. He managed to pull an impressive 57 laps on the track’s final day.

Jorge Lorenzo back in action

The former world champion Jorge Lorenzo is set to grace the MotoGP once again after Yamaha announced that Lorenzo would be their number one test driver in 2020.

The former world champion had announced his retirement just a couple of months ago and the news has come as a welcome surprise for his fans.

After a turbulent season with Honda, he had called it quits at the end of the 2019 season. He has spent nine seasons with Yamaha Motor Racing and would look to impress fans and rivals alike.

The Spaniard would look to add to his three world championship titles that he won with Yamaha. He last raced for Yamaha in Valencia 2017.

Lorenzo has a lot of fans all over the world and Valentino Rossi is one of them. Rossi has revealed that he forced Yamaha to bring back the former world champion Lorenzo back to Yamaha as a test rider.

The two have shared a cold relationship in the past but all seems forgotten as Rossi has stated that Lorenzo would be a perfect addition to the team.

* About the author’s: Charlotte Hallam is a freelance writer specialising in topics such casino and sports betting. She’s 30 years old and lives in Manchester (UK).

Source: MotorbikeWriter.com

Muchas gracias Dr. Xavier Mir, Dr. Victor Marlet y Dr. Teresa Marlet por el trato recibido y el…

Muchas gracias Dr. Xavier Mir, Dr. Victor Marlet y Dr. Teresa Marlet por el trato recibido y el trabajo que habéis hecho en mi hombro derecho! 😀
Thanks Dr. Xavi Mir, Dr. Victor Marlet and Dra. Teresa Marlet for the work done on my right shoulder and the treatment received! 💪🏼

Source: Marc Márquez on Facebook

Buenos días a [email protected]s! Ya estoy más o menos despierto!😅 En la operación salió todo bien y ahora solo…

Buenos días a [email protected]! Ya estoy más o menos despierto!😅 En la operación salió todo bien y ahora solo hay ganas de empezar la recuperación! Muchas gracias a todos por los mensajes de apoyo!💪🏼
Good morning! I’m more or less awake! 😅 The surgery went well and now I’m eager to start the recovery! Thanks for all your support messages!

Source: Marc Márquez on Facebook

Marquez undergoes successful preventative shoulder surgery

Marc Marquez right shoulder surgery successful

Reigning MotoGP Champion Marc Marquez completed the Jerez test on Tuesday second overall on the combined sheets, having topped a rainy Day 2, however a crash at Turn 13 on Monday left the rider in pain, but able to return to track.

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Marc Marquez – Jerez MotoGP Test

Having suffered issues with his left shoulder in 2018, the rider decided to travel to Barcelona following the test for an operation on his right shoulder at the Hospital Universitari Dexeus-Quiron. The Repsol Honda Team rider elected to have the operation as a preventative measure after medical consultation, with the off-season providing the ideal opportunity, with a testing ban in place over December and into January.

Marc Marquez underwent surgery at the Hospital Universitari Dexeus-Quiron, with the operation performed by Dr. Xavier Mir, Dr. Victor Marlet and Dr. Teresa Marlet, all part of ICATME (the Catalan Institute of Traumatology and Sports Medicine).

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Marc Marquez

The operation is similar to the one performed on his left shoulder at the end of 2018 but less aggressive in nature. Marquez will be discharged within the next 48 hours.

He will then begin his recovery and winter training in preparation for the Sepang Test at home in Cervera.

Source: MCNews.com.au