Cooper Webb Will Return For Pro Motocross

Red Bull KTM announced today that Cooper Webb had been declared fit to race the opening round of Pro Motocross this Saturday at Fox Raceway.

Webb’s Monster Energy Supercross title fight came to a premature end at round 15 in Nashville. Webb started the heat race in second behind title rival Eli Tomac but went down early when he lost his front end.

Adam Cianciarulo was following close behind and had nowhere to go and his front wheel violently hit the back of Webb’s head. Webb was taken to a local hospital and was diagnoised with a concussion.

Webb did not race Pro Motocross in 2022, electing to sit out the championship.  

“I’m extremely excited to be lining up for the Pro Motocross series,” said Webb. “I didn’t compete outdoors last year, so this will be my first time racing it since 2021. I’m super grateful for the team and I to be able to do it together and get back behind the gate. After my crash in Nashville, I’ve been able to take some time off and get fully healthy, cleared, and ready to go. Hopefully, I have some great results with the Red Bull KTM team this summer, we’ll see where it puts us and I can’t wait to see the fans again – I’m looking forward to getting back behind the gate!”

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Written by Slaw Dog

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