MotoGP riders are restricted with limited amount of testing on their race machines. Most riders try out some other form of racing to keep them in shape and focussed during high speeds.
Injuries normally occur during these practice sessions as MotoGP riders are trained to always be on the limit. They do not know how to go easy and be slow at times and are always on the edge.
Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez is already trailing Valentino Rossi. His woes do not end here, he has now fracture his finger in a dirt bike practice session with his brother.
The Spaniard will be undergoing medical assessment to declare if he is fit to race at his home circuit on 3rd May, 2015. This checkup will be done before practice session commences on Friday.
Marc has made it clear that this could be his last chance to catch up with his icon, Valentino Rossi. The chances to win the championship could be slim if he cannot race in the upcoming Grand Prix.
Dani Pedrosa will also miss out on Spanish GP and Marc Marquez could join him if he is not cleared to race. Marquez his left finger and has a titanium plate on it and claims the right hand is more important and will most likely compete at Jerez.