According to the latest reports, Dean Wilson crashed out of the first main event in St. Louis, Missouri, and his condition has been updated by Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing. Apart from the following, not much is known at this time, but Wilson was clearly unable to race in the final two main events at round thirteen of the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross.
It is a huge setback for the FC 450 pilot, who had been having a fantastic season in the top flight. Check out what exactly happened and about the health condition of the racer.
Taking to Instagram, Dean Wilson shared the video of the crash along with a lengthy caption. The racer wrote that he got a massive punch on Saturday as he had just started gaining good momentum riding well, feeling good, and chasing his first win but things turned in the blink of an eye. Wilson started off topping free practice then went on to qualify P1 in Qualifier 1. In Qualifier 2, he could not perform well but still managed to end with 4th position.
Dean further added that he was running around 7th on lap 7 moving forward and as he came around for the rhythm section, he tripled in and something freak happened that caused the bike to nose dive after he tripled in and pile driving him into the ground.
Dean Wilson further shared that he would not be able to participate in the remaining three rounds of the 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross because of the injuries he sustained in the terrifying crash. [Read Also: I-90 near Snoqualmie Pass closes due to Snow squall causes multiple crashes]
Wilson was injured after crashing his bike at the fifteenth round of the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross in Colorado. Wilson said he hurt his shoulder and had a bruise on his kidneys.
Throughout the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross season, he was steadily gaining ground, consistently qualifying first in the premier division and even finishing third in Houston. Dean Wilson does not have a page on Wikipedia. However, information about the life of a motorbike racer may be found on a variety of websites.
The racer was born in Scotland on December 28, 1991. In the 450SX championship standings, he is currently in tenth place. He earned the 2010 Pro Motocross 250 Class Rookie of the Year and the 2009 AMA Nicky Hayden Amateur Horizon Award after turning AMA skilled in 2010.
Wilson has five careers. 250 wins in the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship and four wins in the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship SX LITES W.