Since the Italian Grand Prix in May, six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez hasn't participated in any racing events. However, the 29-year-old Spanish racer has recently revealed that he will return to the racing action in the Aragon GP on September 16.
Marc Marquez sustained an injury on his right arm in the Spanish GP 2020 at Jerez but decided to undergo a complex surgery after the Italian GP in May.
In a video posted on Instagram, Marc Marquez said, "Hello everyone, big smile as you can see. It means we will be in the Aragon GP. Racing, of course. After talking to the doctors and the team, we have decided that the best for my recovery is to continue on the bike, adding up kilometers for next year.
"Doing it in the Aragon GP in front of all the fans is priceless. I'm sure your support will help me go through the whole weekend. Looking forward to Friday to be on the bike and go full gas."
Marquez has undergone four surgeries and has been working on his recovery since then. After his long absence from the racing track, Marquez has been placed ahead of teammate Pol Espargaro on the 15th spot in the standings with 60 points.