Dean Wilson crashed out of the opening Anaheim Supercross round in his heat race and retired from the evening with a shoulder injury. The Brit was top 10 at the start of the first 450 heat race and was in fifth by the end of the first lap. He went over the bars in the rhythm section in the second lap and was unable to finish the race. He decided to sit the rest of the night out and hopes to return next week in Houston.
“I was so ready for this race,” said Wilson, “so it’s unfortunate that my night turned out like this. All I can do is be positive, take care of myself, and get ready for the next round.
“Such a disappointment to end my night. I seen a opening for a pass and I went for it. I was wheeling that section all day and I just got to antsy trying to pass. I will get my shoulder checked Monday and will know further details. I feel like I let my sponsors/fans, friends and family down. I will give you an update once I know hopefully I will be ok.”
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