Regrouping after the DNF – something rare for the two-time MotoGP Champion – Marquez had another slightly smaller setback. While training on a dirt track near his home in Spain, Marquez crashed, breaking the little finger of his clutch hand.Repsol Honda reports that Marquez underwent successful surgery Monday by Dr. Xavier Mir, Head of the Unit for Hand and Upper Extremities Pathology at the Hospital Universitario Quiron Dexeus in Barcelona. Dr. Mir inserted a titanium plate to his finger.Following the surgery. Dr. Mir reported that Marquez had “attended the casualty department of the Hospital Universitario Quiron Dexeus having suffered a crash in training this morning. The patient presented a deformity to the little finger of his left hand and a subsequent X-Ray showed a fracture of the proximal phalanx, with displacement.“Therefore, we decided to treat the injury -as we would in the case of any other patient- by fixing a titanium plate to his finger. This will allow us to initiate functional recovery after 24 hours and give him a chance of racing at Jerez.”Though it’s not confirmed, Marquez will likely ride at round four in Jerez. For Marquez, a few days for a broken finger is like a month for a broken leg. Remember last February 20 when Marquez broke his right leg in a dirt-track training accident, just to win the season opener in Qatar four weeks later?