Nel secondo Main Event della 450 al Supercross di Arlington, Cooper Webb è uscito di pista atterrando malamente di schiena, una caduta brutta da vedere perche cadere sul cemento le conseguenze possono essere negative.

Dopo essere stato visto dai medici, Cooper è stato aiutato ad uscire dal tracciato dai medici e portato ai box. Da allora il team KTM ha confermato che Cooper è stato portato all’ospedale locale.

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Cooper Webb ha rilasciato una dichiarazione sui social con delle buone notizie dall’ospedale. “Alcune volte cavalchi il toro a volte ti incorna. Ho appena lasciato gli esami medici e sono stato molto fortunato con solo l’ematoma al bacino e all’osso sacro. Estremamente fortunato e benedetto di andarmene solo con quello. Grazie a tutti per il supporto e le preghiere. Non ho ancora finito. “

It sounds like Cooper just got some good news from the hospital. “Some times you ride the bull sometimes you get the horns, Cooper said from his Instagram account moments ago. “Just left medical examinations and I got very lucky with just hematoma to my pelvis as well as my sacrum. Extremely lucky and blessed to only walk away with that. Thanks everyone for the support and prayers. Not quite done yet.”

ARLINGTON, Texas – It was a tough night for Cooper Webb and the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team as the reigning 450SX Champion suffered a crash during the second Main Event that left him sidelined for the rest of Saturday’s Triple Crown in Arlington, Texas.

Webb had a great start to the day, where he qualified fourth overall in the 450SX division. In the first Main Event, he powered his KTM 450 SX-F FACTORY EDITION into second early on and he maintained a solid pace to finish with a runner-up position in race one. In the second race, he didn’t get off to the best start but he worked his way into fourth by lap 11. While making a podium charge late in the race, Webb experienced a big crash in the ‘dragon’s back’ section, which left him unable to continue racing. After receiving trackside assistance from the Alpinestars Medical Crew, Webb was transported to a local hospital where he awaits further evaluation.

Team Manager, Ian Harrison: “Cooper’s day started off well, he was good in both qualifying practices and in the first race he rode exceptionally well, we were happy with him and we didn’t make any bike changes. In the second race, he was riding well and moving through the pack, and then it looks like he lost drive going up the dragon’s back, landed on the front wheel and it flipped him off and he landed in the cement. As of now, it seems like there are no broken bones but we are heading to the hospital now to check in with Cooper.”