Marquez broke his proper arm in a crash throughout July’s Spanish Grand Prix initially of the season and has been out since.
The Honda rider tried to stage a comeback on the second Jerez race simply days after surgical procedure, however was compelled to desert this after qualifying, and subsequently required a second operation when he rebroke the plate in his arm.
Honda confirmed in August he can be out till no less than the top of October, although there have been rumours he can be again on the bike at both of the Aragon races.
HRC take a look at rider Bradl has been deputising for Marquez because the Czech GP and advised Servus TV “it’s a fact” he’ll see out the ultimate 4 races of 2020 with Honda.
“So I’m going to finish the season,” Bradl stated. “I noticed that yesterday. I don’t know if I can say it officially. But it’s a fact.
“Marc has to concentrate that everything is going to be okay. I don’t think it’s worthwhile for him to take the risk of trying anything. He has to get well again.
“In the meantime, there is still a lot of work waiting for me. “After the two Valencia races I’m going to Jerez for a test and then on to Portimao for the finale.”
Honda is but to touch upon this.
Earlier this week rumours surfaced that Marquez would require a third operation on his arm, but Honda dismissed this and stated his recovery was “proceeding as planned”.
Bradl’s best finish of the season came at the wet French GP at Le Mans, when he finished eighth, while teammate Alex Marquez has scored back-to-back podiums at Le Mans and the Aragon GP.
Marc Marquez’s absence from last weekend’s Aragon GP mathematically ruled him out of championship contention, marking just the second time since he stepped up to the premier class in 2013 than he will not be champion.
Suzuki’s Joan Mir currently leads the standings by six points, with Honda’s best runner Takaaki Nakagami on the year-old LCR RC213V 29 points back in fifth.