MotoGP rider Marc Márquez continues to make progress in his recovery. After not being able to train for weeks, the Spaniard surprised everyone with a motocross test a week ago. Shortly thereafter he climbed onto the Honda RC213V-S in Portimao and confirmed he had no problems with visibility.
On Thursday, Márquez set up camp at the Aragon Grand Prix circuit. The Honda works driver trained with a supersport machine. Márquez piloted a Honda CBR600RR painted in classic HRC colours.
Most recently, Márquez drove in the spectacular MotoGP race in Aragon in mid-September. At that time he was only narrowly defeated by Ducati factory rider Francesco Bagnaia, who celebrated his first victory in MotoGP.
Márquez was able to win two more MotoGP races after the Grand Prix in Aragon. After the victories in Austin and Misano, a setback followed. During off-road training, Márquez fell and complained about vision problems.
At the beginning of February, the MotoGP teams will be testing in Sepang. Then Marquez will be back on a MotoGP bike for the first time since his win at Misano.
Two days of testing at the Sepang International Circuit will be followed by three more days of testing at the new Mandalika Street Circuit in Indonesia before the season kicks off in Qatar in early March.