Marc Marquez Reveals Two MotoGP Racer Figures Who Didn’t Sympathize with Him During an Injury


MARC Marquez revealed two MotoGP racer figures who didn’t sympathize with him when he was injured. The two people are MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi and Marquez’s former teammate on the Repsol Honda team, Pol Espargaro.

Marc Marquez suffered a severe accident at the inaugural MotoGP 2020 race at the Jerez circuit, Spain. The accident left The Baby Aliens with a fracture of his right arm and forced him to leave the track for some time.

During his injury, Marquez had to undergo a series of operations to restore the condition of his arm bones. In fact, during his fourth operation in 2022, Marquez was in danger of retiring from MotoGP if the operation failed.

Seeing other racers who have to step aside, it’s only natural for the MotoGP to give their sympathy. But not with Valentino Rossi and Pol Espargaro.

Both of them seemed to give no sympathy at all to Marquez’s injury. The two of them did not visit or even provide encouragement at all for the Repsol Honda racer.

This was revealed directly by Marc Marquez in the latest documentary video about himself.

Although several VR46 students were known to give encouragement and visit Marquez. But The Doctor didn’t do that at all.

As many people know, Marquez and Rossi are involved in a hot feud. Therefore, it is certainly not too surprising if Rossi does not give sympathy to his nemesis.

However, it is very surprising that Pol Espargaro does not give the slightest sympathy. This is because Pol Espargaro and Marc Marquez shared the same garage for about two years at Repsol Honda. Even though his older brother, Aleix Espargaro, even visited him in person.

“Aleix Espargaro is one of the few drivers who has visited me. Fabio Quartararo too.” Says Marc Marquez.

“But my teammate, Pol. He didn’t come to visit me, even though he was right next to me in the team garage,” explained Marquez.

Luckily, the series of operations that Marquez underwent were successful. As a result, now Marc Marquez has completely recovered to continue his racing career.