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Prior in the week, Racer X discovered that Martin Davalos went down in a crash at Milestone in California. A dependable source had revealed to us that the Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider has broken the two lower legs and perhaps likewise have breaks in his feet, which leaves his status as far fetched for the last two rounds of Monster Energy Supercross. Clearly, this is a tremendous bummer for everybody included.

There is a public interview planned at Met Life Stadium today highlighting the main 450SX riders, however we’ll attempt to get more data on the 250SX East focuses pioneer when we can.

**Update: Davalos posted the accompanying on his Instagram:

Tuesday was a day that is going to be difficult to overlook in my life. I was preparing for the end of the week coming up in New Jersey, I was rehearsing at a nearby open track in Corona, California. Amid my warm up an exceptionally peculiar thing happened, something insane and startling, the ace connection on my chain broke while experiencing a beat area. It influenced me to go over the bars and I landed extremely hard on my feet. Sadly, I disengaged my correct foot and smashed my scaphoid in 9 pieces. I needed to have surgery to settle everything. The other foot is truly wounded likewise and can’t generally put any weight on my recuperate, we at first idea I had broken the mend however uplifting news it’s not broken, just truly wounded. I need to thank my entire group Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki, Parts Unlimited, Thor, Scott, Alpinestars, Vans, Leatt Brace, my coaches Ty Kady and Brock Sellards, my workman Dave, and my entire family. This year it’s been stunning to me and I couldn’t have done it without these individuals. Thank u for staying close by and for putting stock in me and furthermore to every one of my companions and fans that do have faith in me and have bolstered me through my entire profession. It’s the ideal opportunity for me to mend up and improve so I can ride again soon. God favor every one of you.