Nate Thrasher Sidelined for 2023 Following Atlanta Supercross Crash
Marietta, Georgia – After his crash last weekend at Atlanta Supercross, Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing’s Nate Thrasher will focus on returning to 100% for the 2024 season and sit out of the remaining rounds of the 2023 Monster Energy AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross Championship, part of the SuperMotocross World Championship series.Thrasher cracked his
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Marietta, Georgia –After his crash last weekend at Atlanta Supercross, Monster Strength Yamaha Star Racing’s Nate Thrasher will aim on returning to a hundred% for the 2024 time and sit out of the remaining rounds of the 2023 Monster Energy AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross Championship, aspect of the SuperMotocross World Championship sequence.
Thrasher cracked his collarbone and dislocated his hip for the duration of a crash in final weekend’s 250SX East Principal Party at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. The Tennessee rider underwent surgical procedures on Tuesday to fix his hip personal injury and will now concentrate on planning for the 2024 title combat. His next phase in returning to entire fitness will be to mend his ACL tear, which he sustained previously this year.
Jensen Hendler – Monster Strength Yamaha Star Racing 250 Crew Manager
“It’s unlucky to have Nate out for the relaxation of the period, but the main concentration is to get him back again to one hundred% and prepared to battle for the championship in 2024. He designed a lot of development this year and had some good rides, and we seem to retain developing on that and be even far better following 12 months.”
Nate Thrasher – Monster Vitality Yamaha Star Racing
“It’s been a tricky number of times, but my hip surgical treatment went effectively, so we are producing progress on receiving healthier. The following step is to get my ACL repaired, which, however, signifies I will be out for the time. It is a bummer, but our primary concentration now is to get back again to one hundred% and appear back again fighting for the championship. Thanks again to the staff and everybody who has attained out with their support. We’ll be back!”