Márquez dislocates shoulder in warm-up
1 September 2013 – Repsol Honda rider Marc Márquez suffered a dislocated shoulder during his crash in Sunday's final warm-up session for the British Grand Prix, it has been confirmed.
The incident occurred just as Tech 3's Cal Crutchlow was walking away from an earlier crash under braking for the Vale corner, the Spaniard's tumbling bike colliding with his stricken machinery as it bounced through the gravel. Although pole-sitter Márquez was able to leave the scene unaided, he was suffering noticeable pain in his left shoulder.
Further checks at the Silverstone circuit's medical centre revealed that the MotoGP rookie had dislocated his left shoulder, which will be put back in place by staff. There is currently no news as to whether or not the championship leader will be declared fit to race.