Justin Barcia – Thumb
Comment: Barcia crashed on his mountain bike and injured his thumb before the season. He had surgery earlier this year and has returned to practicing supercross. The team hopes he can return to racing in Santa Clara.
Kyle Chisholm – Shoulder, Concussion, and Humerus
Comment: Chisholm sustained a dislocated shoulder, broken humerus, concussion, and stitches after crashing into the face of a triple and getting run over at San Diego 1. Chisholm says his recovery is on track and hopes to return before supercross ends.
Kyle Cunningham – Hand
Comment: Cunningham crashed during practice and jammed his fist. He attempted to race the main but was struggling to hold on and pulled off after eight laps. He’ll miss Detroit and return to action in 250SX West Region in Santa Clara.
Adam Enticknap – Femur
Comment: Enticknap is out for the rest of Monster Energy Supercross after breaking his femur at Lake Elsinore.
Tyler Enticknap - Thumb
Comment: Enticknap broke his thumb at San Diego 1. He’s back on the bike and will return to racing in Santa Clara.
Tommy Hahn – Foot
Comment: Hahn sustained a grade three medial sprain in his right foot in Toronto. He’ll miss Detroit and attempt to return in Santa Clara.
Wil Hahn – Collarbone, Labrum, and Scapula
Comment: Hahn was part of a three-way crash when he got taken out after Andrew Short and Phil Nicoletti collided in the air in Atlanta. Hahn is expected to miss three to four months.
Davi Millsaps – Ribs, Lung
Comment: Millsaps went down with one lap to go in Daytona and broke three ribs. He also severely bruised and partially collapsed a lung, and experienced some internal bleeding. There is no specific timetable on his return.
Christophe Pourcel - Hurt in Practice
Comment: Pourcel received a small crack in his C3 vertebrae in a crash before Toronto. The team originally hoped he could return in time for Detroit, but Pourcel will take this weekend off and use the Easter off-weekend to heal for Santa Clara.
Andrew Short – Concussion
Comment: Short was involved in a midair collision with Phil Nicoletti and Wil Hahn in Atlanta and will miss Detroit. There is no specific timetable for his return, but he is expected to line up before the season ends.
James Stewart – Back
Comment: Stewart sustained deep bruising to his lower back when he looped out in the whoops during his heat race in Daytona. He’s back riding but is still very sore and will miss Detroit. He plans on getting back to racing in Santa Clara.
Ronnie Stewart – Wrist
Comment: Stewart broke his left wrist before Anaheim 1. He was able to get back on the bike last week for some mild riding and is shooting to return at St. Louis.
Tevin Tapia – Wrist
Comment: Tapia cased a jump and broke his scaphoid in the preseason. He’d hoped to be ready to race the East Coast rounds, but the injury is healing slower than expected. He’s still working on being ready, but at this point there is no specific timetable.
Broc Tickle – Wrist
Comment: Tickle suffered a fractured distal radius in his right forearm in January. He’s back on the bike and the team says his recovery is going well. The team hasn’t ruled out a return before the end of supercross, stating: “Broc will return when ready.”
Dean Wilson – Knee
Comment: Wilson crashed and tore his ACL and meniscus, and sprained his MCL. He had surgery, but had to have another operation after finding signs of an infection in his knee.
Jimmy Albertson – Sternum
Comment: Albertson broke his sternum during qualifying in Toronto. Miraculously, he still soldiered through the main to seventeenth place. He’ll miss Detroit and get back to racing in Indianapolis.
Dakota Alix – Collarbone
Comment: Alix crashed late in the race at Daytona and broke his collarbone. He still managed to finish the race, but he’s out for Detroit.
Daniel Baker – Ankle
Comment: Baker had torn ligaments repaired after crashing at San Diego 1. He recently had his cast removed, but is expected to miss the rest of supercross.
Zach Bell – Collarbone and Infection
Comment: Bell was hoping to be back for Santa Clara, but contracted a bacterial infection after having surgery to repair a broken collarbone suffered in Oakland. The infection required a second surgery, followed by a six-week period on an IV antibiotic. If you’d like to help Bell, go here.
Adam Cianciarulo – Wrist
Comment: Cianciarulo broke his wrist during a preseason crash. It’s unknown if he will race any of the East Region.
Luke Clout – Femur
Comment: Clout will miss the rest of supercross after crashing hard in Oakland during qualifying.
Darryn Durham – Spleen
Comment: Durham had a hard crash in Atlanta, then crashed on the same side several days before Daytona. He bruised his spleen and was kept three days in the hospital. He won’t require surgery, but will have to be off the bike for a few weeks. The plan is to be back for Indy.
Nick Gaines – Femur
Comment: Gaines suffered a fractured femur while preparing for 250SX East Region. He underwent surgery and is working on being ready for Lucas Oil Pro Motocross.
Jessy Nelson – Neck/Back
Comment: Nelson crashed hard before San Diego 1 and was taken to the hospital. He suffered a small crack on the wings of a vertebrae. There’s a chance we won’t see him until Lucas Oil Pro Motocross.
Josh Osby – Ribs and Lung
Comment: Osby suffered a punctured lung and three broken ribs while practicing supercross. There is no specific timetable on his return.
Luke Renzland – Collarbone
Comment: Renzland broke his collarbone in Atlanta and had it surgically plated. The team hopes he can return to racing in Indianapolis.
Jackson Richardson - Shoulder
Comment: Richardson injured his shoulder and decided to go ahead and have surgery, saying he’s had some nagging damage that’s been giving him repeated trouble. The hope is that he can start riding soon and begin racing after Santa Clara.
Dakota Tedder – Concussion, Scapula, and Ribs
Comment: Dakota Tedder crashed during practice in Atlanta when Martin Davalos ran into him while jumping a dragons back. Tedder tried to ride more but went down again. The crashes resulted in a concussion, broken scapula, broken ribs, and roughly six weeks on the sidelines.
Mark Worth – Hip and Elbow
Comment: Worth dislocated and fractured his elbow and dislocated his hip in Anaheim. There is no timetable on his return.