Martin Davalos will miss the rest of the supercross season and probably some outdoor races as he recovers from a herniated disc in his back and a fractured neck following his big cash at the first round of the 250 East coast series in Dallas, Texas.

Davalos will also have surgery on his knee meaning a return date is as yet unknown for the unlucky Monster Energy PC Kawasaki rider.

Hey guys! I just wanted give you all an update as this season has been very tough for me. As most of you know, I was in pretty bad shape after the Dallas crash. After a ton of evaluations and numerous doctor visits we learned that in addition to the herniated disc that I had been dealing with, I also have a fractured C7. I feel beyond blessed by the Lord for keeping me safe while I was racing with this condition, also very fortunate that there is no need for spinal surgery. After taking what the doctors have said about my neck into consideration, we’ve decided I’m gonna need some time to really heal up and get better. With that being said, I decided to also get my knee fixed that way when I come back my body can be at 💯 percent. I’m beyond thankful for everybody that has had my back while going thru this…. also can’t thank everyone enough on the team for working so hard for all of us, it’s been nothing but amazing to be a part of the @monsterenergy @pcraceteam @racekawasaki once again, I hope to be back soon but till then im gonna make sure my body is at its best 🙏 @scottmotosports @foxmoto @foxracing @atlasbrace @ctikneebraces @hinsonracing @ridedunlop @renthal_moto @twin_air @maximausa @iamspecialized @pairofthieves @bell_powersports

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