Marc Marquez said that his approach to his second Grand Prix of the year will not change from the one used in Portimao, saying that “we are here to keep improving step by step and do the best job that we can.”
Marquez came back after a difficult period following the arm surgery after his heavy crash at the start of the 2020 season. He finished the race in Portimao in P7.
His performance in Portugal was incredible, and he was also the Honda rider who finished higher in the race. Despite this, his expectations are still low, but he feels that he is “back into the rhythm of racing.”
“Now we are back into the rhythm of racing, and after a productive week we are coming back to the track,” said Marquez.
“I have continued to work through my recovery program to make sure my physical condition is improving, and following the advice of the doctors, I have not ridden a motorcycle since Portugal.
“So, of course, I am excited to get back on the bike! We approach Jerez the same way as Portimao; we are here to keep improving step by step and do the best job we can.
“My recovery is continuing, and the important thing is that we keep improving our consistency. Let’s put on a great weekend for the fans who can’t attend.”