Briton Max Anstie will make his 450 Supercross debut tonight in Orlando. The HEP Suzuki rider crashed two days before the opener in Houston, breaking a bone in his back. But he's now back on the bike and ready to debut tonight.
"I got to spin some laps in Florida before my
Max Anstie has released a video of the crash that kept him out of the start of the Supercross season and talks about how he's doing.
Briton Max Anstie will sit out the opening Supercross round in Houston on Saturday following a crash this week, his team has now confirmed.
Anstie put up a photo on social media of himself yesterday but it was quickly taken down and there was no news from the team - until
Max Anstie is reported to have crashed while testing at the State Fair MX track, just three days away from opening AMA supercross round at Houston.
He put a picture of himself in a neck brace in hospital on Instagram, but it's now been removed. A photographer at the track
The 2021 Twisted Tea Suzuki Team is ready to go racing! The Squad consists of #34 Max Anstie, #28 Brandon Hartranft and #722 Adam Enticknap and they are sure to make a big mark in Supercross and Pro Motocross in 2021. This team is tight!
Briton Max Anstie is joined by Brandon Hartranft and part-time rapper Adam Enticknap in Suzuki's official 2021 supercross and motocross team, the Twisted Tea/H.E.P. Motorsports squad. Anstie this year changes to number 34. The official info sat=ys:
Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. is proud to announce its premier 450 class race
Max Anstie says he has escaped serious injuries after his nasty crash in the second 450 moto in the US National at Ironman.
He went down hard and it took a couple of laps before the medics could get him off the track. Initially it was suspected he mat have broken
The second of back-to-back visits to Hurricane Mills, Tennessee's famed Loretta Lynn's Ranch featured a wild afternoon of racing for the second round of the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Mother Nature played a major role in the outcome of the MotoSport.com Loretta Lynn's 2 National, as challenging track conditions
Max Anstie will race in the USA next year for the H.E.P. Motorsports team on Suzuki, alongside Kyle Cunningham and Adam Enticknap.
H.E.P. Motorsports and Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (SMAI) are proud to announce their continued partnership for the 2020 racing season. Building on continuity and increased support from SMAI,
Briton Max Anstie has added fuel to the fire that he may be USA bound for 2020 after being spotted testing a Star Yamaha on a public track in California yesterday.
It comes a week after he was linked with a ride on the HEP Suzuki team which has been a