Jason Anderson Injured in Nashville Practice Crash
After a wild night of racing in Nashville which saw many riders hit the dirt, we are now learning that the 15th round has claimed another victim. Jason Anderson took to Instagram to say that he crashed in practice, and since he did not think he was too badly injured, he ended up racing the
Soon after a wild night of racing in Nashville which observed several riders strike the filth, we are now finding out that the 15th spherical has claimed an additional victim. Jason Anderson took to Instagram to say that he crashed in exercise, and because he did not feel he was far too badly wounded, he finished up racing the overall working day with a broken neck! He nonetheless concluded sixth in the 450SX major event, proving supercross riders are a distinctive breed of athlete. According to the Kawasaki Racing Instagram web page, the #21 “will sit out the remaining rounds of the Monster Vitality Supercross Championship and will just take it 7 days by week to figure out his return to racing.” Here is hoping for a speedy recovery for Jason.
Below is what Jason had to say on Instagram:
So past weekend I had a crash in observe that I did not feel it was too bad… Following racing then practicing this week I felt like one thing was incorrect. So following a ct scan it confirmed I have a non displaced fracture at c5-c6 in my neck. Clearly that’s 1 of the matters we panic the most as racers is a damage in that location,, but fortunately wherever the fracture is my year is not around and I can arrive back again to the races rather quickly!#spinal