Cianciarulo explains latest injury
Adam Cianciarulo has revealed in greater detail the reason he won’t be racing the rest of the supercross events of the 2020 season after the crash last Sunday and getting run over by Cooper Webb as a result.
“Hate to bring you more bad news, I feel that’s all I’ve been doing lately, said Cianciarulo in an Instagram post. “Unfortunately I got my CT scan results back yesterday and it turns out I do have four acute fractures on the transverse processes from my L1 to L4 on the right side of my lower back, so basically the little finger looking bones stick off the spine. As far as that sports concerned it’s only going to be a couple of weeks off the bike, no brace, no surgery nothing like that, so io feel I got really lucky but unfortunately that means no supercross for me.”
Cianciarulo will now focus on the US outdoors, with round one of that series due to take place at Ironman on the 18th of July. Adam of course won the 250 US nationals last season and will no doubt want to be contending for the 450 title in 2020.