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Marc Marquez will not take part in the next Moto2 tests, which will be held in Valencia in just a couple of days. That’s something everybody already knows.

But his manager Emilio Alzamora has just said that Marc neither won’t take part in the tests scheduled for the mid February (16th to 18th) because he needs some more rest to be at his 100%.

Marc’s injury is taking much more time that it was expected and there is some rumors saying that Marquez won’t be ready for the start of the season.

Is anybody thinking about a replacement rider? Interesting issue…

Repsol rider fractures left shoulder in preseason training and undergoes successful operation at the USP Dexeus Hospital

Current CEV (Spanish National Championship) 125GP titlist, Alex Rins, has today undergone a successful operation to treat a dislocated fracture of his left shoulder. The procedure was performed by the Chief of the Hand and Upper Extremities Surgical Unit, Dr. Xavier Mir, and Dr. Victor Marlet —Chief of the Back and Arthroscopy Unit— at the USP Dexeus Hospital.

On the brink of completing the two month waiting period required for him to compete in the World Championship, the Repsol Rider suffered a fracture to his left shoulder in training on Wednesday. He had previously been taking advantage of the winter break to rest and later carry out physical training, working hard in the gym and on the cycle routes. In order to keep ‘bike fit’, the CEV champion was dirtbike training at the Circuit de Catalunya facilities when his accident occurred.

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