Chad Reed indecisive on racing again in 2021
Chad Reed announced last year that this would be his last year racing the AMA Supercross series and that he’d retire from racing at the end of the year. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic which now means there’s no fans in the stadium, Reed is considering coming back for another season so he can retire under normal circumstances and with fans in attendance – it would be a proper send off. If he does race next year it is unlikely he’ll contest all 17 rounds of the series.
The Aussie says racing without fans in the stadium is weird and is completely different from the normal.
“15 down 2 to go, it’s going fast! Or will I just show up again because this isn’t real racing anyway? #indecisive. This whole experience is really weird, I’ve loved spending time with family and friends in Utah, what an amazing place to visit. But all things racing nothing is even remotely similar for me”, Reed stated on social media.
“Reminds me of old school practice days out at the factory test tracks in Cali with @therealreddog @dv934 and a full YOT squad just add in a chequered flag. By the way DV would have many more fastest qualifiers and a few more wins. Reminds me I miss those days and my old teammates, I learned so much from them”, Reed concluded.
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