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Schroetter returns to Moto2 to replace Deniz Oncu in Holland and Germany

The German rider will flank Celestino Vietti in the next two GPs taking the place of the 20-year-old Turk, who is recovering from surgery on his left hand fractured in training

Moto2: Schroetter returns to Moto2 to replace Deniz Oncu in Holland and Germany

Deniz Oncu will not be at the start of the next two rounds of the Moto2 World Championship. Having undergone surgery on his left hand due to a fracture suffered in recent days in training, the young Turkish rider will be forced to miss the Grands Prix scheduled at Assen and Sachsenring in order to fully recover ahead of the next championship commitments.

With the 20-year-old obliged to remain on the bench, it will be Marcel Schroetter who will join Celestino Vietti in the ranks of the Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto2 team in the trips to Holland and Germany, taking advantage of the break of about a month between the round in Misano and the next round in Donington Park of the World Supersport Championship, scheduled for the weekend of July 12-14.

For the current MV Agusta Reparto Corse team rider, therefore, it will be a return to the intermediate class of MotoGP, which he left to land in the factory derivatives paddock at the end of the 2022 season, after 11 years and five podiums scored between 2018 and 2020.

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