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    21 June 2023

    After a “tough” German MotoGP race, Mxarc Marquez is set to make his comeback for the Dutch GP.

    Marquez Returns to MotoGP in Assen after Tough Weekend in Germany

    The Sachsenring GP was a bruising one for Marc Marquez, who crashed five times and suffered a small fracture in his hand. Despite this setback, the Honda rider is set to make his return at this weekend’s round of the championship in Assen.

    Focused on Moving Forward

    In a press release ahead of the race, Marquez expressed his determination to leave behind the difficulties he faced during the previous Grand Prix weekend: “I arrive at Assen looking to put the hard weekend in Germany behind me.”

    Marquez has won twice at Assen before and has only finished off the podium there once, which was last year. He hopes that this track will be kinder than Sachsenring.

    New Addition for Factory Honda Squad

    This time around, Iker Lecuona will also join him as Joan Mir is still recovering from an injury sustained earlier. The factory Honda squad welcomes him with open arms and hopes that he can contribute strongly towards their performance.

    The Spaniard’s experience during his last outing had been quite puzzling. Although he did not sustain any major injuries during these crashes, it left everyone scratching their heads as they tried to figure out what went wrong on such a large scale! However, fans are eager to see how he will perform now that he is back on track!

    The Importance of Data

    Marquez is now focusing on getting a lot of good data for the engineers so that they can work over the next few weeks. He believes that this is crucial in helping him and his team to improve their performance in future races.

    Going into this race, there are still some uncertainties as to how Marquez will perform after his recent injuries. However, he remains optimistic about his chances and determined to take home a victory!

    Losing Alex Rins

    Unfortunately, LCR Honda’s Alex Rins broke his right leg during the MotoGP Italian Grand Prix sprint race at Mugello and won’t be able to participate in this weekend’s round. Stefan Bradl will replace him instead.

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