MX2 World Champion, Jorge Prado didn’t race round two of the MX2 World Championship at Matterley Basin after picking up a shoulder injury during practice.
It’s thought the injury isn’t series and the young Spaniard just needs rest to recover. However, KTM have confirmed that Prado will “attempt” to race round three of the MX2 World Championship which takes place in the sand of Valkenswaard this weekend.
After missing round two of the series, Prado sits sixth in the series and forty-four points behind Thomas Kjer Olsen who has the red plate.
KTM posted the following update on social media:
Back in the game: @jorgeprado61 will attempt the Grand Prix of the Netherlands this weekend at @GPValkenswaard after feeling an improvement with his left shoulder #readytorace pic.twitter.com/vGlFhh832t
— KTM Factory Racing (@KTM_Racing) March 28, 2019
Pic: Shot by Bavo