The term superhuman alias superhuman seems to be worthy of being pinned to the Repsol Honda team rider, Marc Marquez.
Marquez had a severe accident at the Spanish MotoGP which was held on Sunday (7/19/2020).
As a result of the accident, Marquez had to undergo surgery because of a broken right arm. He was convicted of returning to at least the third series in Brno, Czech Republic.
However, only four days after the accident, Marquez opened the opportunity to go down at the Andalusian MotoGP that was held this weekend.
On Thursday (7/23/2020) afternoon WIB, Repsol Honda through their official Twitter account said that Marquez would return to the Jerez Circuit, where the Andalusian MotoGP was being held.
“After the operation was successful on Tuesday, Marc Marquez returned to Jerez,” the Repsol Honda team said.
At the same time, the official MotoGP website reports that Marquez is currently traveling to the Jerez Circuit.
It is known, the six times first-class world champion underwent surgery in Barcelona.
Furthermore, MotoGP said that Marquez would first conduct a medical examination in Jerez.
If you pass a medical examination, the rider born in Cervera, Spain has the opportunity to participate in the Andalusian MotoGP race which will take place on Sunday (07/26/2020).