The Repsol-Honda MotoGP team riders, Marc and Álex Márquez, resumed their trainings this past Tuesday, after two and a half months (March 11) without riding a motorcycle due to the confinement decreed by the crisis of the coronavirus.
Thus, the ’73’ and the ’93’ have returned to practice motocross on a dirt track in Lleida in order to continue their physical preparation for the start of the World Cup, scheduled for July 19 at the Spanish Grand Prix.
— Alex Márquez (@alexmarquez73) May 21, 2020
The current MotoGP champion has expressed his maximum happiness for rolling again:
“After two months, honestly, it was a bit strange at first to be on the motorcycle again, especially on the first few laps. However, I immediately felt more comfortable, since all my muscles and my mind began to remember everything. It was really nice to be able to drive again. ”
For his part, the youngest of the Marquez Brothers also wanted to publicly describe his satisfaction:
“It was great to return to a more normal training and it was also a real pleasure to return to a motocross track. When what you do is your passion, you enjoy it a lot, so going back to driving has been very special, we need the bike in our lives. For at least a while, it was like everything was normal. ”
— Marc Márquez (@marcmarquez93) May 21, 2020
Images of Marc Márquez: Honda HRC.