Tim Gajser Injury Update

At the second round of the Italian International Championship in Arco di Trento on Sunday, defending MXGP World Champion Tim Gajser suffered a heavy crash in the second moto.

After landing heavily after a big jump, Gajser had to be taken off the track by medics.

After a full check-up at the hospital, Gajser was discovered to have broken his right femur and will now have an operation to repair the injury. Once that has taken place it will be easier to determine a timetable for his return to action, according to Honda HRC.

Gajser had just finished second in the first moto at the Trentino track, and had been using the Italian series as a warm-up before the beginning of the 2023 MXGP World Championship, where he would be trying to defend his fifth world title that he won in 2022.

Main image: Honda HRC

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