Sore Wrist Leads to Early Exit in Detroit For Dylan Ferrandis

Monster Energy/Star Racing Yamaha’s Dylan Ferrandis was one of many riders that exited the 450 main event early Saturday night at round 10 of Monster Energy AMA Supercross in Detroit.

Ferrandis had worked his way up to fifth toward the later half of the main, but came up short on a quad and was unable to finish the race. He was credited with a 19th place finish.

According to a team press release, his wrist is just “sore” and he should be ready for round 11 this weekend in Indianapolis.

“I felt good coming into the weekend, and the day was going well,” said Ferrandis in a press release. “I had a moment during my heat race but was able to come back to sixth. In the main event, I didn’t get a great start but kept pushing and was fifth, then, unfortunately, went short on the quad and was unable to finish. It’s very frustrating to have another bad night, but we will go back to Florida and work to recover and come back next week.”  

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