The Portuguese rider bumped into the again of fellow Aprilia rider Aleix Espargaro at Flip 6 on the opening lap of the dash in Qatar on Saturday.
Oliveira suffered a damaged proper scapula in his shoulder within the crash and has been dominated out of this night’s Qatar GP.
Espargaro fractured his leg within the incident, however has been cleared to race on Sunday. He’ll begin sixteenth after a grid penalty for slapping Franco Morbidelli in observe.
The FIM stewards panel deemed he was at fault for the incident and has given him an extended lap penalty.
The wording of the penalty states will probably be served on the subsequent grand prix through which he’s match sufficient to compete in.
However Oliveira has all however dominated himself out of racing on the Valencia GP subsequent week, which means the subsequent race he will likely be match sufficient to compete in would be the season-opening spherical of the 2024 marketing campaign in Qatar.
Talking earlier on Sunday previous to the penalty notification, Oliveira mentioned: “It was a small racing incident.
“Sadly, I crashed with a team-mate, which actually disappoints me. I received a very good begin and I figured I’d simply preserve profitable positions.
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Miguel Oliveira, RNF MotoGP Racing
“However in Flip 6, I braked slightly too late, Aleix braked – I don’t need to say too early – slightly bit onerous. So, I used to be going to hit him.
“I simply put the bike straight to keep away from him, however I couldn’t miss his rear wheel and sadly we crashed collectively.
“So, disenchanted for that, however ultimately it was a small race incident, a small misjudgement. We each ended up on the bottom, I received harm which was not ideally suited – a fractured scapula.
“Don’t actually know but the extent of the harm. So, as soon as I get again house we’ll get a greater look into it and see what’s forward of me in restoration.
“Sadly, seems like yeah [I will miss the Valencia test]. I’ll miss the race, miss the check and that’s it. That was my last laps, this implausible season [has] come to an finish.”
Oliveira doesn’t suppose he’ll want surgical procedure on the harm, which has similarities to the one Enea Bastianini – who was caught up in that dash crash – suffered in Portugal and missed 5 rounds with.
Oliveira’s first season on the RNF Aprilia has been a tough one, with the Portuguese ending simply eight grands prix.
He was taken out of the primary in Portugal in a collision with Marc Marquez, which left him with tendon injury and on the sidelines for Argentina.
A dislocated shoulder suffered in a collision on the Spanish GP took him out of that race and in addition left him on the sidelines for the French GP.
Having received twice in 2022 with KTM, Oliveira ends 2023 with a finest results of fourth on the British GP.