MotoGP France 2012: Álex Rins and Marc Márquez with consequences after their crashes
MotoGP France 2012: Álex Rins and Marc Márquez with consequences after their crashes
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Alex Rins, who suffered a fracture-dislocation in the little finger of his right hand during the fall of the timed practice of the French Grand Prix of the MotoGP World Championship 2012, has been treated today by Dr. Xavier Mir, at the USP Institut Universitari Dexeus in Barcelona.

Álex Rins had a fracture-dislocation of the proximal interphalangeal joint of the little finger of the right hand and also a subungual hematoma of the same finger. Dr. Mir has proceeded to an evacuation of the hematoma and a reduction and percutaneous osteosynthesis of the fracture of the middle phalanx. Despite the injury, nothing prevented Álex Rins from making a worthy career which led him to get his first podium thanks to the third final position.

Now, must remain in hospital for 24 hours with antibiotic treatment to later start functional recovery in a week.

Marc Márquez

The one who also had to undergo a check-up at the same center was also the Repsol rider, Marc Márquez, that injured his right wrist and thumb in the fall that suffered during the race of the Moto2 category. In the examination carried out, no damage was found and it should only be take rest for one week.

Neither Álex Rins nor Marc Márquez are doubts for the Grand Prix of Catalonia to be held from June 1 to 3 at the Montmeló Circuit.

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