After sitting out racing for 18 months following concussions, James Dunn’s return lasted little more than two corners in practice for yesterday’s Revo British championship.
He crashed and it was believed he’d broken or dislocated his hip. But now the Revo Kawasaki rider has revealed it’s not broken. He said:
“Unfortunately not a good start to my season yesterday with a nasty crash in practice which lead to me being taking to hospital for some checks. Luckily no major injuries just muscle damage around my hip and bit of a bang to my head. Bit of rest and some physio and I’ll be back just as strong . Thank you to everyone behind Revo Seven Kawasaki for their support and everyone for your kind messages!”
Photo Nuno Laranjeira/ Revo Kawasaki