Indy Offer OK After Czech Crash
Indy Offer is expected to be released from hospital in the next twenty four hours after a scary looking start line crash in Race 2 of the FIM Supersport 300 Championship at Autodrom Most in the Czech Republic yesterday.
Indy, who had never ridden at the circuit before had made a big step in terms of his overall pace in Sunday’s warm up, posting his fastest lap of the weekend and was positive of a solid race when he was involved in the incident.
A multi bike and rider collision saw the BR Corse rider fall at speed resulting in an immediate red flag. After initial checks at the circuit he was transported to the local hospital. Thankfully he sustained no broken bones but was kept under observation as he hit his head in the fall. He is in good spirits and is already talking about the next round in France at Magny-Cours, the venue that saw him make his World Championship debut at a couple of years ago.
Indy finished Saturday’s opening race in twenty second.
“It was not how I expected or wanted the weekend to end. After struggling with set up on Friday and having to learn the track in just two sessions before qualifying things came together in warm up. I felt much better on the bike and my lap time was much more competitive. I’m not really sure what happened at the start of Race 2 other than I arrived at speed at a situation I couldn’t avoid and went down hard. I’m ok. A bit battered and bruised but it could have been a lot worse. I would like to thank the medical staff at the circuit and of the championship for their swift arrival on the scene and to everyone who has messaged me, my dad or my manager asking about me. See you in France.”