MotoGP: Marquez and Oliveira withdraw from the Argentine Grand Prix –

Marc Marquez will miss the Argentine motorcycle Grand Prix this weekend, as will Portugal’s Miguel Oliveira. The Spaniard underwent surgery to repair a broken first metatarsal on his right hand.

The seven-time MotoGP world champion crashed Sunday in the second round of the Portuguese Grand Prix after starting from pole position. And the Portuguese pulled Miguel Oliveira to the ground after colliding with his compatriot Jorge Martin.

For his mistake in Portugal, which he admitted, Marc Marquez received a penalty consisting of a long double lap, which he was supposed to perform at the next Grand Prix in Argentina. The 30-year-old driver has been plagued by physical problems since breaking his right humerus at the start of the 2020 season.

Miguel Oliveira was injured despite suffering several bruises, including one on the right leg, and would not run in the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit either. The Aprilia driver passed additional testing as further damage was revealed which forced him to not start the race. He is expected back at the start of the Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin on April 16.

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