MotoGP: Marquez ruled out of Czech race due to broken arm, replaced by Bradl

MotoGP champion Marc Marquez will miss Sunday’s Czech Grand Prix after having a second operation on a damaged arm, with take a look at rider Stefan Bradl changing him for the race, his Repsol Honda Workforce confirmed on Tuesday.

Spaniard Marquez had recent surgical procedure on Monday to switch a broken titanium plate inserted after he broke his proper arm within the July 19 season-opening race in Spain.

The group had stated that the 27-year-old, who tried to return for the second race in Jerez however withdrew with out qualifying, would keep within the hospital in Barcelona for 48 hours earlier than being discharged.

“After a heroic return simply 4 days after surgical procedure in Jerez, Marc Marquez will miss the Brno race with Stefan Bradl becoming a member of the Repsol Honda Workforce alongside Alex Marquez,” the Repsol Honda Workforce stated in a press release.

“After present process a second operation… Marquez and HRC have determined the world champion is not going to trip within the Czech Republic to ensure that him to recuperate extra.

“In his place, HRC take a look at rider Stefan Bradl will mount the Honda RC213V.”

Bradl has claimed three high 10 finishes at Brno from his seven begins within the MotoGP class and solely as soon as missed out on factors, the group added.

The Czech race is in Brno, with Petronas Yahama’s French rider Fabio Quartararo focusing on a 3rd victory in as many races this season.