The 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship was shaken up at the recent Grand Prix of Great Britain, as Jorge Prado failed to make the trip. Prado crashed in training in the week following the season opener and later realised that he had developed a haematoma beneath his shoulder blade. The joint was not strong enough to allow him to compete this past weekend, but Red Bull KTM confirmed earlier today that he will compete at the Grand Prix of The Netherlands.
"We're looking forward to seeing more of this at the weekend with @JorgePrado61 back in MX2 action and ready to attempt the #Valkenswaard sand at the Grand Prix of the Netherlands."
Jorge Prado currently runs sixth in the MX2 division with fifty points to his name. Forty-four points separate him from Thomas Kjer Olsen, the current series leader and winner of the previous Grand Prix.
Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: ConwayMX