Motorcycle: A Landsberger Schrotter motorcyclist starts with a broken hand

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Despite his handicap, the man from Landsberg wants to ride his bike from Memmingen at the start of the season in Qatar. Two of Stefan Bradel’s starts have already been fixed.

Keep your head up and stay confident – Marcel Schrötter has no other choice due to his humble position at the start of the MotoGP World Championships. During the winter test in Portimao, Portugal, the 29-year-old fell in mid-February and broke his left hand. The start of the first world championship race at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar looked in danger. Also because X-rays of his fragmented bones “didn’t look very pink.” But the Landsberg rider in the moto2 class rides his machine with a custom-made rod and tackles his sixth season on the Memmingen Liqui Moly Intact GP. The first shock is digested. “I’m in a good mood now because I’m feeling a little better every day. I’m sure I can start in Qatar at the end of the week,” the driver said. In any case, we are trying our best to make my participation possible.”

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