JASON ANDERSON OUT FOR REMAINDER OF 2023 SUPERCROSS

JASON ANDERSON OUT FOR REMAINDER OF 2023 SUPERCROSS

With just two rounds left in the season, an injury sustained at the Nashville Supercross would sideline Jason Anderson for the Denver Supercross. Fortunately, the location of his neck injury will allow him to return to racing later in the 2023 racing calendar. Jason sat sixth in the points and will most likely keep this position due to Aaron Plessinger being hurt and having a significant lead on 8th place’s Justin Hill.

2023 DENVER SUPERCROSS // FULL COVERAGE

Kawasaki posted an updated on Instagram: “Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Jason Anderson sustained a neck injury from a crash at Round 15 of the @supercrosslive Championship in Nashville, TN. With focus toward his recovery, Anderson will sit out the remaining rounds of the Monster Energy Supercross Championship and will take it week by week to determine his return to racing.”

We’re hoping Jason makes a healthy recovery.

Here’s what Jason had to say on Instagram: “So last weekend I had a crash in practice that I didn’t think it was too bad… After racing then practicing this week I felt like something was wrong. So after a ct scan it showed I have a non displaced fracture at c5-c6 in my neck. Obviously that’s one of the things we fear the most as racers is a injury in that area,, but luckily where the fracture is my season is not over and I can come back to the races relatively soon!”

2023 DENVER SUPERCROSS // FULL COVERAGE

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