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An additional twist has been tossed into the FIM Globe Motocross Championship. The series, already without pre-season title favorites Clement Desalle and Ryan Villopoto as well as a hindered Antonio Cairoli (wrist), has been thrown an additional curveball today at the MXGP of Germany: current MXGP points leader Max Nagl has apparently wounded his foot in certifying and has actually posted likely to the medical facility to have it examined, reported MXGP in a tweet earlier today.

Nagl, who currently leads Cairoli by thirty factors, obviously had his foot run over today in qualifying at his house General Practitioner. Details are still originating from Germany, so stay tuned as we find out more.

MXGP points leader Max Nagl will miss the MXGP of Germany tomorrow after sustaining a small crack in his ankle today in certifying, the group revealed. Below is the complete group statement.

IceOne Competing remorses to announce that Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Max Nagl will certainly not start the MXGP of Germany– rounded 10 of the 2015 FIM Motocross World Championship at Teutschenthal.

During Saturday’s MXGP qualifying race Nagl reached an additional biker right after the start, collapsing, therefore. At this point, Max was struck in the ankle. Understanding something wasn’t as it should be with his left ankle he immediately rode back to the pit location, taking no further component in the race. X-rays at the track validated a crack in