Team Yoshimura Suzuki’s ace rider, James Stewart has twitted through his twitter account that he will remain out of the racing action this weekend at the Buds Creek Motocross event in order to take some rest and recover completelyfrom his injuries. Stewart suffered a crash during the Lakewood MX event and isn’t fully fit yet. Taking a leave this weekend will give him plenty of time to recover properly and make a sound comeback as the next match after buds Creek will be two weeks later on 7th July, 2012 at Redbud, Buchanan.
After the successful completion of the fourth round of the 2012 Lucas Oil AMA pro Motocross Championship last Saturday night at the renowned High Point Raceway of Mount Morris, Southern Pennsylvania, the championship now moved on to Buds Creek, Mechanicsville, MD for the fifth round of this extravagant outdoor season of extreme dirt bike racing.
All the four matches held so far in this season have been able to yield some extraordinary racing moments for the dirt bike racing fans and the thrill, anxiety and momentum promises to keep on rising as the championship moves forward. The match tickets for this Saturday’s event are already sold out completely and the stadium is expected to run full houses jam-packed with thousands of fans cheering for their favorite riders. Amidst all these facts, what’s really came in as a pretty disappointing news from the center is that one of the favorite rider and a top title contender, James Stewart of Yoshimura Suzuki racing team will miss out on the upcoming Buds Creek Motocross event this weekend. Stewart will not be playing in the fifth MX match scheduled to be held on 16th May, 2012 due to several health issues.
It’s worth mentioning that James Stewart incurred some serious injuries during the third match of this season which was held at Lakewood, Denver, Colorado on 2nd June, 2012. During the first moto race of the 450cc Class at Lakewood, Stewart was able to get off to an amazing start to his race. His speed was good and seemed to be giving good competition to Ryan Dungey of team Red Bull KTM who was at that moment leading the race. Stewart then unfortunately mistimed a stunt and suffered a thundering crash halfway down the race. The crash caused several injuries to Stewart and he also jammed his wrist badly. He was immediately taken off the race track for initial medications. Stewart wasn’t able to complete the moto-I race and was also out of the moto-II race.
Detailed examination later revealed that Stewart’s injuries are not that serious but he will require time to get fully fit for a come back to the race track. Stewart showed great persona by racing at Pennsylvania without even being completely fit for it. Meanwhile, Stewart twitted through his twitter account that he will remain out of the racing action this weekend at Buds Creek in order to take some rest and completely recover from his injuries. Taking this leave was a very wise decision by Stewart because the next match after Buds Creeks will be two weeks later on 7th July, 2012. Thus, Stewart has plenty of time to recover properly and make a sound comeback at the Redbud, Buchanan.