Indy Offer To Miss Rest Of 2022 Season After Most Autodrom Crash
Following the start line crash in Race 2 at Most Autodrom that saw him hospitalised, the young British rider returned home where further evaluation of his condition revealed a more severe concussion than first thought. After consultation with and upon the advice of his doctors Indy will miss the final three rounds of the 2022 FIM Supersport 300 World Championship.
He remains in good spirits and is already focused on a return to the track. Details of his 2023 racing plans will be announced in due course.
“The BR Corse team have been amazing with me this year and that is going to be one of the hardest things for me over the coming weeks, not being able to be with them and continue to improve with them. I will miss being in the paddock and I am frustrated but it was a big crash, caused by someone else and it could have been much worse for me, and the others involved. The main thing is that I am ok in myself but riding again would put myself and potentially others at risk and so not riding for the rest of the season, at the advice of the specialists, is the only outcome, sadly. I want to thank everyone for their messages of support following the crash and thank all my sponsors for sticking by me. We have made steps this year and even though my season is over early, I am already looking ahead to 2023, where I think with what we have planned, I can have a good season.