Chase Sexton Say He Feels “Pretty Good” After Crash in Seattle

Honda HRC’s Chase Sexton missed round 12 of Monster Energy AMA Supercross in Seattle after sustaining a gnarly crash during timed qualifying when he hit neutral in rhythm section and did a front flip over his handlebars.

Luckily for Sexton he is okay and with a week off in the championship this weekend, he expects to be ready to return at St. Louis on April 9.

“Seattle wasn’t very good for me. I had a big get-off in the second qualifying session; I mis-shifted on a three-on and ended up in neutral, and went over the bars, which didn’t feel great. I hit my back pretty hard and was overall shaken up, so we decided to sit out the night. Overall, I feel pretty good [on Monday]. My body’s a little sore, but I’m excited to get back to work, address any issues and get back at it in St. Louis.”

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