Ferrandis on his concussion difficulties

After a third place finish at the AMA motocross opener with a limited time on the bike, Dylan Ferrandis revealed that his concussion in Houston has plagued him for a while, even having to back to France to get specialised help.

Dylan said: “Haven’t post in while here 🙄 was really busy working obviously…The last few months been very challenging for me, after my crash in Daytona I realized I had eyes / brain issue from my concussion in Houston supercross, so went to France to see some specialist @neurovision_sp and was very lucky to do it and learn so much.
After 1 month of rehab there everything came back to normal, flew back home in Florida and get back to work.

“I didn’t look that much happy on the podium Saturday in pala for the first round of the @promotocross because I was just exhausted, I gave everything to come back and it took me some time to understand I did it. Very happy now and grateful for the people around me that never stop to believe in me even when I did stop and thought I would never make it. Championship is on, see you in round 2 👊🏻.”

Dylan added in the Yamaha press release: “It is always good to end up on the podium, and I didn’t really expect that. During qualifying, I was struggling a little bit with the bike with the new chassis. I wanted to be a little bit more comfortable, and that’s what we worked on all day. The bike kept getting better session after session. If anyone had told me I would have finished on the podium at the first round, I would have told them they were dreaming. Everybody worked really hard, so it was good to give them back something with a podium and get some good points.”

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Jeremy Coker added: “I don’t think it could have gone any better with the short period of time Dylan had to get ready. For him to come out and go 3-3, it’s great for the team, and we’ll keep building from here to get better every weekend.”

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