Karel Abraham to return in Assen after injury
27 June 2012 – Karel Abraham will make his MotoGP return at the Dutch Grand Prix in Assen. The Czech rider missed the previous round at Silverstone after a heavy fall during a test session at Motorland Aragon, leaving him with two broken fingers.
After two weeks of therapy, the Cardion AB motoracing rider now believes he is ready to return to action.
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"I can’t still move my index finger completely. Partly because of the healing wound on the finger and partly because of the pain in the first finger joint. It’s getting better really fast, so I’m pretty sure that I’ll be able to be back on track on Thursday. I do like the TT Assen Circuit and I’ve been successful on it in the past."
"Last year I got the seventh best time in qualifying practice but unfortunately didn’t finish the race after being pushed off the track by Aoyama. I must forget it, as I must the beginning of this unlucky season."
"We still have two thirds of this season ahead to get some good results. Although I can’t catch up the riders in championship standing, this season isn’t lost and we have twelve more opportunities to ride perfect race."