Joan Mir has been forced to withdraw from Italian MotoGP weekend at Mugello after Friday crash which has injured his right hand.
A pair of crashes for the Repsol Honda Team made for a bruising first day at the Italian GP, Marc Marquez able to overcome his fall for a spot in Q2. Unfortunately, Joan Mir withdraws from the event. Joan Mir had a difficult first day at the Italian GP, a crash mid-way through second practice ending his day early.
Suffering significant discomfort, the #36 went to have his hand examined and revealed damage around the fifth finger of the right hand. Due to the high-speed and demanding nature of the Mugello Circuit, Joan Mir and the Repsol Honda Team have decided to withdraw from the remainder of the event due to the injury sustained to his right hand.
Marc Marquez will be the lone representative of the Repsol Honda Team for the remainder of the Italian GP which resumes at 10:10 Local Time on Saturday, June 10.
— JoanMir36 (@JoanMirOfficial) June 9, 2023
Here’s FP1 results: https://www.motogp.com/en/gp-results/2023/ITA/MotoGP/P1/Classification
Here’s FP2 results: https://www.motogp.com/en/gp-results/2023/ITA/MotoGP/P2/Classification
[Note: The story is as per press release]