The recovery of Pol Espargaro after a serious fall in the second free practice in Portimao is going very well. As the manager of the Tech3 GASGAS team confided, the Spaniard has already left the intensive care unit and is already able to walk.
"I have very good news regarding the condition of Polo. Today he was transferred from the intensive care unit to a regular room. He managed to get out of bed and take a few steps. He feels good.”
"During the past few days, when he was alone in intensive care, his mood was much worse. But now this has improved a lot as progress in recovery is visible. As he said, he wants to get back on the motorcycle as soon as possible. Meanwhile, he sends a lot of positive energy to the team. He is very pleased that he will replace Jonas Folger in the team, because they get along very well."
"Even yesterday we were worried because he was in a rather bad mood. Today, however, it is a completely different Pole, full of positive energy."
"We don't want to think about how long he will be out, because the racer can surprise us. It is clear that he will miss quite a few races. But I'm sure he'll be back sooner than expected."
"Due to injuries to his jaw, he still eats through a straw. However, he has bigger problems with his spine. Damaged vertebrae take quite some time to heal."
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