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Marc Marquez officially confirmed for Sepang MotoGP test

Marc Marquez has been officially cleared to make his MotoGP return at the upcoming Sepang test on February 5-6. The eight-time world champion has been sidelined since last October's Misano victory due to double vision problems following an enduro training accident. The nerve damage to his right eye was the same as he suffered in 2011, when he was off a racing motorcycle for 4.5 months. Fortunately, after two months of total rest, Marquez was cleared to make a motocross return earlier this month. That led to a track day at Portimao on an RC213V-S to test his vision at high speeds, followed a few days later by an outing on a CBR600RR at Aragon. Related Articles Dakar not for Dovi, but...
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