Slovenian motocross world champion, Tim Gajser, has been injured during the dispute of a test at the Trentino circuit, after suffering a fall in the second round of the Italian International Championship in Arco di Trento, after a big jump and having to be removed from the track by the doctors.
After a full check-up at the hospital, it was discovered that Gajser had broken his right femur and was successfully operated on Monday at the Santa Chiara hospital in Trento for the injury. It will be after it, since it does not have a return date, when the recovery process that the current champion will have to face will be known.
gajser finished second in the first heat in the Trentino circuit, and the Italian event was part of your preparation process for the start of the 2023 MXGP Motocross World Championship (on March 12), where he will try to defend his fifth world title that he won in 2022.
“I will come back stronger”
Once he woke up from the operation, Gajser wanted to thank through social networks for “all the nice messages” he received as a result of a fall that will prevent him from starting the MXGP season on the bike. “Injuries are part of sport”remember the Slovenian that “now the recovery begins” with a promise: “After this I will come back even stronger.” The determination on the part of the five-time champion is absolute.