Jeremy Martin Out For Remainder of Monster Energy Supercross

For the second straight year, a shoulder injury will cut Jeremy Martin’s Monster Energy AMA Supercross campaign short. 

Monster Energy/Star Racing Yamaha announced yesterday that Martin underwent surgery on his shoulder over the weekend to repair damage suffered in a practice crash prior to Daytona Supercross. Per the team, he will focus on returning for the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross opener on May 28 at Pala. 

Martin suffered a dislocated shoulder in 2021 at the 250SX East Region opener in Orlando and missed the rest of the season. 

He was also dealing with a fractured left scaphoid last year and aggravated the injury in a crash at Thunder Valley. He did return but missed the final two rounds after he sustained a broken arm in a violent crash at Ironman.

It’s been a long few years for the two-time 250 Pro Motocross champion. Hopefully he can return to full health for outdoors. 

Kyle Chisholm will fill-in for the team starting this weekend in Detroit, as Levi Kitchen is also out with injury.

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