December 3, 2021

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Doctor’s Confirmation Regarding Marc Marquez’s Vision: There is Nerve Paralysis

Ophthalmologist Dr. Sanchez Dalmau confirmed that Marc Marquez had diplopia or double vision as a result of the driver’s accident while practicing on an off-road motorbike some time ago.

As a result of this problem, Marc Marquez is confirmed to be absent from the final series race of the 2021 season titled MotoGP Valencia at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit. Not only that, he was also unable to take part in the test session at the same track as preparation for the 2022 MotoGP.

Through a press statement released by Dr. Sanchez Dalmau revealed that the cause of Marc Marquez’s diplopia was right-sided nerve palsy.

“A fourth right nerve palsy was revealed with involvement of the right superior oblique muscle.

Sanchez continued.

2011’s Troubles
Yes, in 2011, Marc Marquez also experienced the problem of diplopia. At that time, he was still performing in the Moto2 class.

The negative moment that Marc Marquez felt in 2011 even almost took his racing career.

The effect of the vision problem, Marquez had to undergo surgery on his right eye. An operation that kept him out of action for five months.

Until this news was written, it was not clear the period that Marc Marquez had to go through to heal his eyes.

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Official! Vision Problems, Marc Marquez Absent from Racing at MotoGP Valencia

Marc Marquez has confirmed the Repsol Honda team through an official press statement that the racer must be absent from the final Valencia MotoGP series race at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, this weekend.

To note, Marc Marquez has passed the Algarve MotoGP race at the Portimao Circuit last weekend due to an accident while practicing on an off-road motorbike.

It’s just that during the rest period, Marc Marquez continues to feel unwell and suffers from vision problems.

That’s why on Monday (08/11/2021), he went to the eye doctor Dr. Sanchez Dalmau at the Hospital Clinic de Barcelona, ​​who examined him and performed tests, which ruled he had a vision problem called diplopia.

Due to this diplopia problem, Marc Marquez not only missed the Valencia MotoGP race, but also was unable to take part in the test session on the same track as preparation for the 2022 MotoGP.

Old wounds
Through an official statement, Doctor Sanchez Dalmau said that the current vision problems experienced by Marc Marquez were experienced in 2011 or when he was still in the Moto2 class.

 

“A fourth right nerve palsy was revealed with involvement of the right superior oblique muscle.

Sanchez continued.

Who’s the Substitute?
Until this news was written, there has been no information from the Repsol Honda team about who will replace Marc Marquez in the Valencia MotoGP race.

But most likely, the name of the Honda test rider, Stefan Bradl will replace the figure of the six-time MotoGP world champion.