World champ Tim Gajser has escaped any broken bones following his high-speed spill at the Latvian GP on Sunday, and expects to be back in action at the next GP at Teutschenthal in Germany on May 21. HRC’s official statement says:
On Sunday 7th May during the second MXGP race at the Latvian MXGP Tim Gajser crashed out in the second race.
Following the accident, he was checked out by the medical staff at the track and then flew home to undergo further checks by his doctor at home in Slovenia.
From the examination, we are pleased to say that he has not sustained any injuries from the crash other than bruising which is still very sore.
Gajser is now back in Slovenia where he is resting and recovering and he has confirmed that he will be back to race in Germany in two weeks.