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Honda MotoGP team says Marquez's injury recovery is 'proceeding as planned'

Honda has confirmed reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez's recovery from a broken arm is "proceeding as planned" amid reports he may need a third surgery. Marquez broken his right arm in a heavy crash during the season-opening Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez back in July. He tried to stage a comeback the following week at the Andalusian GP just days after surgery, but withdrew after qualifying when he began to suffer more swelling in the arm and a lack of power. Marquez then required a second surgery when the plate fitted to his right arm broke while allegedly opening a window at his home, having been weakened by his comeback attempt. In August Honda confirmed he would be out...
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