Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez suffered another terrifying accident at the Indonesian Grand Prix.
Marquez suffered a massive highside in turn seven at the Mandalika International Street Circuit, which knocked him hard off his bike and tumbled along the edge.
As well as the crash during warm-up, the 29-year-old also crashed at speed during second practice and endured an incident-rich qualifying session on Saturday.
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Fortunately, Marquez was able to get up but was taken to hospital for a check-up.
It seems unlikely that he will take part in tonight’s first race to be held in Indonesia in 25 years.
Aussie Jack Miller will start from the third row in ninth position.
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