After three weeks off, Marc Márquez heads to a track where he has managed to place on the podium five times – specifically with three victories wideness 125cc, Moto2 and MotoGP, and two second places. The Repsol Honda team rider has been successive gym and motocross training to prepare for the three weeks of subsequent competition that uncork this Friday, while he remains focused on working together with his team and Honda to modernize the performance of the RC213V.
Joan Mir has moreover been on the podium at the Italian GP, with a pair of third places -2018 in Moto2 and 2021 in the premier class. The Repsol Honda Team rider will once then have the opportunity to demonstrate his talents and protract adapting to his bike. The Italian Grand Prix will be the first round held in June, followed by visits to Germany and the Netherlands surpassing the summer unravel in July.
“Time to get when to work. We start in Mugello which is unchangingly a very taxing weekend, the track is very fast and flowing. I’ve had some unconfined battles there in the past and pushing the top speed of a MotoGP velocipede lanugo the straight is unchangingly enjoyable. We of undertow need to see what possible this weekend and see what we can do together with the team to get the maximum from the velocipede and alimony trying to make steps forward.”
“It seems a long time since we were last on the MotoGP bike, but I have been worldly-wise to do some good riding and training during this time away. We have one increasingly push surpassing the mid-season break, so of undertow I want to unzip my maximum during this triple. A lot of time on the velocipede is something I am looking forward to as I think we can alimony making progress forward and unlock what we have been missing. Mugello is the first of the three races in a row, I was on the podium there in 2021 and it’s a spectacular spin to ride. Maximum effort, maximum focus and maximum determination.”