“The medical team have clinically and radiographically verified satisfactory progression of bone consolidation,” it said. “From this moment on, Márquez can now intensify his strength and mobility recovery programme with a view to gradually returning to competitive racing.”
Earlier this week, Honda released a video featuring Márquez which continued to put out the positive messages.
“The sensations are very good,” Márquez said.
“We have recently started to work on strength, but the progression is very fast.
“The difference between the left and right arms is getting smaller and smaller and, on a cardiovascular level, I look ready.
“I am waiting to feel good muscularly, to take a motorcycle. I feel that that moment is getting closer and closer.”
The Spaniard did retain some caution in his outlook though.
“What I am not going to do is ride a MotoGP [bike] all at once,” he warned.
“I will start with a small motorcycle, to see how I feel and, if I am doing well, because next time I will ride a bigger one, a [Honda] CBR1000, on a large circuit, to feel again the sensations of going 300km/h.
“One month ago it was difficult to take a shower, open a door, even eat something.
“Then it’s a mental fight, you need to fight against your confidence. It was a long time without using my right arm.”