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RCH Racing declared yesterday that Ken Roczen will miss the last three rounds of Monster Energy Supercross with a left lower leg damage unique supported in Atlanta. Roczen, who has been sidelined since re-irritating the damage in Daytona, will come back to protect his 450MX title at the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross opener on May 16 at Hangtown.

” I’m super-freeloaded to sit out whatever is left of the Supercross season however everybody concurs that we’re making the best choice,” clarified Roczen. “We began the year extremely solid and that is a major motivation behind why missing every one of these races has been so intense. In any case, now, we need to proceed onward. I have to ensure that I’m prepared when the outside season begins one month from now. I’ve gotten a huge amount of help from Ricky and Carey, the fans and the majority of our backers. I deserve it, the group, the greater part of my fans and our backers to ensure there are no doubt stamps when the Pro Motocross Championship begins one month from now. I’ll be 100 percent.”

” It’s an extreme circumstance for Ken and we’re altogether freeloaded his Supercross season needed to end along these lines,” offered co-proprietor Carey Hart. “Everybody knows the dangers included and some of the time wounds are simply part of it. Our unique arrangement was to acquire him back a weekend ago Houston yet, sadly, that course of events demonstrated excessively forceful which conveys us to the choice to keep him out for the last three rounds. The majority of our backers have been wonderful all through this procedure and I ‘d get a kick out of the chance to by and by express gratitude toward Soaring Eagle, Jimmy Johns, and Suzuki for their faithful help. We can hardly wait to see Ken back on the track when we go to Hangtown one month from now.”