Alex Rins' presence on the track this Sunday remains uncertain. The Suzuki rider had fallen in the qualifying races of the Spanish GP, where he injured himself and had to skip the race, but he didn't require surgery.
Alex is undergoing various treatments these days, including magnetic and hyperbaric therapies, with the assistance of the doctors on the circuit and his physiotherapist. His condition is improving day by day, but only on Friday morning will we known if he'll get the okay to get on his GSX-RR.
"Sunday morning, the pain was really bad and the doctors agreed that there was no possibility of racing," Rins explained. "Since then, I've undergone many treatments, and I've also rested and recovered. I'm working hard to be ready to race on Friday morning, but we'll have to check everything again and do other tests before then. My feelings last weekend before the crash were very good, so I really hope to be able to get back on my GSX-RR and earn some useful points. I want to thank my fans for their incredible support during these days."