Zarco declared fit for Styrian Grand Prix

The Frenchman will be on track for MotoGP™ FP3 after passing a medical exam on Friday afternoon

Following a medical exam on Friday afternoon, Johann Zarco (Esponsorama Racing) has been declared fit to ride at the BMW M Grand Prix of Styria.


The Frenchman underwent successful surgery on a fractured scaphoid on Wednesday in Italy, an injury that he suffered in the huge Austrian GP crash. Zarco was unable to do a fitness test ahead of Friday's action as it wasn't 48 hours after his operation, but after passing the test on Friday, Zarco will now head out for FP3 on Saturday morning.

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