On lap three of last Sunday’s opening grand prix of the season, Marquez locked up below braking for Flip 3 and slammed into the facet of RNF Aprilia’s Oliveira.
The incident took each riders out of the race on the spot, whereas Pramac’s Jorge Martin says he suffered a damaged toe within the contact which compelled him off monitor and dropped him down the order.
Marquez suffered a fracture to his proper hand within the incident and has been ruled out of this weekend’s Argentina GP following surgical procedure on the harm on Monday.
He was handed a double long lap penalty by the FIM stewards for the incident, which was to be served on the Argentina GP.
Nevertheless, due to his absence from the spherical and the precise wording within the official stewards’ doc, Marquez was not going to must serve his penalty.
On Tuesday, the FIM issued an additional clarification on the penalty, stating now Marquez should serve it on the subsequent spherical he’ll participate in.
The up to date FIM assertion learn: “Following the choice of the FIM MotoGP Stewards Panel taken on 26/03/2023 at 15:13, the FIM MotoGP Stewards Panel hereby clarifies its resolution as regards applicability.
“Contemplating the harm and non-participation of Marc Marquez, Rider #93, on the GRAN PREMIO MICHELIN DE LA REPÚBLICA ARGENTINA, and with a view to adjust to the intention underlying the choice taken by the FIM MotoGP Stewards Panel, the Double Lengthy Lap Penalty shall be served by the Rider on the subsequent MotoGP Race by which he’ll have the ability to take part.”
Miguel Oliveira, RNF MotoGP Racing, Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Crew crash
Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images
Marquez mentioned after the penalty was issued that he “fully agreed” with it.
He shall be one in all 4 riders not participating on this week’s Argentina GP by way of harm, with RNF asserting on Monday night that Oliveira will be absent due to tendon damage after the crash.
A damaged shoulder for Ducati’s Enea Bastianini after he was caught up in a collision with VR46’s Luca Marini within the dash race has sidelined him, whereas Tech3’s Pol Espargaro is out indefinitely after struggling a number of fractures in a violent FP2 incident.