Motorcycles: MotoGP: Bradl replaces Marquez in Portimao

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Stefan Bradl replaced as expected the battered MotoGP superstar Marc Marquez at the weekend at the Grand Prix of the Algarve in Portimao / Portugal.

MotoGP: Bradl ersetzt Marquez in Portimao © Provided by sport1.de MotoGP: Bradl replaces Marquez in Portimao

The former motorcycle world champion Stefan Bradl replaced as expected the battered MotoGP superstar Marc Marquez at the weekend at the Grand Prix of the Algarve in Portimao / Portugal. The Honda test driver from numbers will start this season for the fifth time for the Spaniard, who can not compete on Sunday (14.00 pm / ServusTV and Dazn) because of a slight concussion.

"I hope Marc can recover well and soon can be back soon," Bradl said. Portimao is "a route that makes fun". The Honda plant team announced on Tuesday that Marquez (28) in preparation for the Grand Prix injured in a fall of a terrain machine.

The former Moto2-Champion Bradl always drove into the points for his previous four star starts. His so far best result was a penalty place in Qatar. In the previous year, the 31-year-old had become Siebter as Marquez replacement in Portimao.

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