Marc Marquez is confirmed to be in good condition after an accident in the Free Practice of the MotoGP Thailand 1. He also wants to immediately complete his ambition to win the 2019 MotoGP title at the Buriram Circuit, Thailand, Sunday (6/10/2019).
As reported previously, the Repsol Honda racer had an accident while he was in the seventh stage when FP 1. was held. As a result of the accident, Marquez was limping and carried into an ambulance.
Team Manager Alberto Puig, as reported by Crash, Friday (4/10/2019), said that the racer was fine. “Marquez was taken to the medical center and then to the hospital to check everything. They did an MRI and everything looked fine,” Puig said.
Marquez is being moved from the medical centre and back into the ambulance, presumably heading for a local hospital for more checks.
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“Of course, he has bruises on his back and legs but there is nothing to worry about. Luckily he is lucky. He will undergo treatment and will not join FP 2. He will try to continue his plan.”
Some news on Paddock said that Swingarm was the culprit of the accident. But Puig argued and the dusty tire conditions that resulted in the accident occurred.