Jerez MotoGP saw multiple crashes. While few were in the warm-up sessions and few in the MotoGP race

Suzuki Ecstar’s Alex Rins went down in the free practice session in the final lap in Q2 at turn eleven.


Alex Rins goes down. Pic Source: RideFast Sport Magazine

At turn eight during the same warm-up session, we also saw LCR Honda’s Cal Crutchlow going down forcing him to undergo surgery and miss other MotoGP races.

Crutchlow fall. Pic Source:

The four major crash came when Marc Marquez crashed at turn three during the MotoGP race. The collision made him land on the right arm, putting intense pressure on his arm caused a severe fracture.

He will be operated today by Dr Xavier Mir at the University Hospital of Dexeus of Barcelona.

We are unsure as of now as to how many days it will take for Marc to recover. However, he has shared a message on his Facebook handle.

“Sometimes, things don’t work out as you expect, but the most important thing is to get up and move on. Hope you enjoyed the comeback! Now I get to stop by the operating room next Tuesday and fix the fracture of the humerus. I promise I’ll be back as soon as possible harder!

Sometimes things don’t go as you expect, but the most important thing is to get back up and move on. I hope you enjoyed the comeback! Now I have to go to the operating room on Tuesday and fix the fracture of my right humerus. I promise you all that I will come back as soon as possible, and even healthier”.

Source: Marc Marquez Facebook

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