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Joanne Meir is back on track in Australia


Spaniard Suzuki is ready to return after the injury he sustained at the Austrian Grand Prix


Joan Mir will be back on track for the upcoming Australian Grand Prix, after being stopped due to an ankle injury he treated last August in Austria.

Last month Majorcan tried to get back on track in the Aragon GP, ​​but pain did not allow him to drive safely. So he stayed out for the next three races.

He underwent a medical examination on Wednesday, October 5, to examine the condition of the nerves and muscles of his right ankle, which showed encouraging signs of recovery. Next, Meyer will race in Australia, at Phillip Island Circuit, which is one of his top favorites.

Joanne Meyer:I am very happy to finally be back on the team; I feel like I was out for a long time with an ankle injury and I didn’t really want to miss more races. All the scans seem to indicate that the ankle is recovering well, so I hope I’m not in too much pain at the end of this week. Phillip Island makes me very happy and I’m eager to try it again with the GSX-RR“.

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