Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Ryder DiFrancesco will not be present at the Anaheim 2 round of the Supercross Futures series, where he was set to make his 2023 racing debut. This past Monday he sustained a thumb injury that required surgery and according to his update you can see below, the young rider from Bakersfield has stated it’ll be a short turnaround. Hopefully, this means he won’t miss the whole SX Futures schedule, but this means he’s out for A2 and most likely the second round in Arlington, Texas. The injury won’t effect his Pro Motocross season, where he will transfer full-time to the Pro Circuit team for all eleven rounds of the series.
Ryder D – Tough day in the office on Monday. I thought I just jammed my thumb but turns out I pulled the ligament off the bone. I went under the knife today to fix it and this will be a quick recovery. Me and @ryanvillopoto will be back. Thank you to my team for the support