The reports coming out of France are not looking good for French rider Marvin Musquin, at least not as far as his 2011 AMA Supercross plans go. Musquin is reported to have a torn ACL that will likely require surgery, which in turn means he could be out for as many as six months. After finishing second on opening night behind the American Honda rider Justin Barcia, the KTM factory rider crashed on the second night of the Bercy Supercross in Paris and damaged his knee. He was one of several riders to injure themselves at the event, including the veterans Michael Byrne (wrist) and Grant Langston (dislocated hip) and British rider Max Anstie (kneecap). Stay tuned for more on Musquin's status.