Marc Márquez will not arrive at the next official Moto2 tests so as not to risk and ensure a full recovery to have a smooth season. However, the one in Lleida not in the least out of shape and among his daily preparation there are long sessions with the physiotherapist, with the mountain bike or Motocross days with which not to lose the feeling of the gas, the skidding and the adrenaline of a competition engine.
Because not only does Valentino Rossi like to spend his afternoons side by side in the mud, but it is also part of the training routine of all pilots. Still recovering from vision problems Marc has recently been in the Municipal Circuit of Segre, just three kilometers from Lleida, twisting the throttle of a Honda CRF. As if it were a family or a group of friends, there were also part of the Moto2 mechanics team to make the day more bearable; and it is that the atmosphere between them is enviable as we will see in the video. We hear the statements after dyeing brown and incidentally we are pleased to see him drive the Honda, even if it is not MotoGP.
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