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MotoGP rider Marc Marquez isn’t really prepared to get back in the saddle very nonetheless.
The 6-time winner walked absent from a wild flipover crash in Indonesia on Sunday without having any broken bones, but not without injury.
The Spanish rider was warming up for the Indonesia Grand Prix on the damp Mandalika Worldwide Road Circut when he misplaced command of his bicycle and went into a “high side” crash that sent him flying through the air as his Honda cartwheeled down the track alongside him.
He strike his head on landing that triggered a concussion and diplopia, or double vision, that held him out of the race but cleared up in advance of returning in the course of his return to Spain for restoration.
The harm and indicators were similar to all those he experienced right after a crash in Portugal final November.
“It appears that I am dealing with deja vu,” Marquez said on Twitter. “In the course of the trip back again to Spain, I started to have soreness with my vision and we made a decision to stop by Dr. Sanchez Dalmau, who confirmed that I have a new episode of diplopia.”
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Further more tests verified that he experienced no other head injuries, but his position for the Argentine Grand Prix on April 3 remains unclear.