Red Bull Factory KTM Chase Sexton recounts a difficult night in San Diego, where just about everything went wrong. There were some positive signs to extract from Snapdragon Stadium though.
Chase Sexton experienced a challenging night in San Diego, marked by personal mistakes. Despite starting from the back, he gave his best effort, leaving everything on the track. However, Sexton also apologized to Cooper for a collision, explaining that their intention was to clear the way in the upcoming corner and avoid disrupting a race they were not actively participating in.
Chase Sexton posted
Not the night I wanted in San Diego after mistakes on my behalf, but I left it all on the track coming from the back.
On a separate note, my apologies to Cooper on our collision. My intentions were to move out of the way the next corner and not to impede the race that was going on that I was clearly not in. See y’all in Anaheim
Video of the incident
Webb showing middle finger to Chase Sexton after not letting him by… pic.twitter.com/aMuGndk5tI— Dirtbikelover (@Dirtbike_Lovers) January 21, 2024