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Miguel Oliveira declared fit for the MotoGP Italian GP

The Portuguese pilot Miguel Oliveira (Aprilia) was declared fit for the Italian Grand Prix, the sixth race of the MotoGP World Championship, on Thursday after undergoing an examination by the championship doctor, the organization announced.

In total, seven riders have been declared fit and return to competition this weekend, five of them in the premier class (MotoGP) of the World Speed ​​Championship.

Miguel Oliveira suffered a fractured left shoulder after a fall caused by Frenchman Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) in the Spanish GP, fourth race of the championship, having missed the next race, in France.

The leader of the championship, the Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati), also had to undergo a medical assessment for an ankle injury, as did his Ducati teammate, the also Italian Enea Bastianini, absent from the World Championship since the opening race. ceremony, in Portimão, on March 26.

Spaniard Raúl Fernández (Aprilia) and Italian Luca Marini (Ducati) were the other MotoGP riders under test, and Marini, brother of former champion Valentino Rossi, is expected to undergo a new assessment after the first free practice on Friday. .

Malaysian Syarifuddin Azman (Kalex) and South African Darryn Binder (Kalex), both in Moto2, were also able to compete this weekend.

Source: Observadora

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