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CORONA, Calif. – Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider Darryn Durham maintained wrist damage following a training crash Friday at the Kawasaki test track. The most up to date Pro Circuit Race Team part was taken to the clinic promptly following the mishap, where the specialist educated him he had a slight break of the wrist.

The Pennsylvania local had surgery that night to embed a sink his wrist, which should enable accelerate the recuperation to process. Anticipated that would be in a thrown for a month, Durham is hopeful he will be prepared in time for the begin of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross season.

“Everything is going great,” Durham said as of late. “It is only a minor set back, however I will be prepared for the season toward the start of January.”

Group proprietor Mitch Payton included, “It’s terrible. Darryn was solid on the bicycle. With time and through recovery, we trust he can get back on the bicycle soon.”

The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki group begins the season soon after the New Year, with the opening round of the AMA Supercross Championship from Anaheim’s Angel Stadium on Saturday, January 7.