Check out our injury report from the season opening round of MXGP in Argentina on a weekend that was full of crashes. Thankfully, however, many riders escaped unscathed from their nasty incidents, such as Jeremy Seewer and Glenn Coldenhoff. This page will be continually updated as we receive more news.
Despite the Swiss maestro enduring a horrific crash in the qualifying race, the banged up and battered Seewer, who came away with a sore neck, was incredibly still able to race following some massage treatments. Amazingly, he then avoided serious injury when Calvin Vlaanderen ran over him in the first moto.
The Kawasaki star didn’t race on Sunday after aggravating his broken thumb, which occured around three weeks ago, yesterday in the qualifying race, where he finished 17th. He’s set for an MRI this week.
Camden Mc Lellan
A frustrating shoulder dislocation ruined his weekend, as the South African is now preparing for surgery to fix the problem. Here’s his statement below and an insightful interview with MX Vice.
British rider Joel Rizzi reportedly picked up a small injury prior to the season opener and didn’t make the trip to Argentina. More to follow from the Riley Racing Yamaha hotshot.
Having endured a big off in the MXGP qualifying race, JK Racing’s Kevin Brumann was forced out of the Sunday racing due to him failing a medical test.
We wish all the riders a smooth and speedy recovery.
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