Husqvarna driver works Kay de Wolf was hit by a car while cycling and broke a metacarpal bone in the summer. Jeremy Sydow also does not fit in with Riola Sardo.
Dutch Husqvarna driver Kay de Wolf was hit by a car during cycling training and will not be starting in Sardinia next weekend.
The driver who hit the MX2 driver took full responsibility for the crash. The Dutchman broke a metacarpal bone.
Team manager Rasmus Jorgensen explained: “The season has been very difficult for us. Kay has been very unlucky this season, but he was also so lucky with the accident that nothing more happened. Kay was in the middle of completing her recovery cycle after driving exercises. It is as it is. But we will not stop! “
This means that the Husqvarna factory team will not have a driver this weekend. After the absence of injuries related to Roan van de Moosdijk, Jeremy Sydow appointed as an alternative driver, but also Sydow he was injured in training and will not be able to start again next weekend. “I will try to start training again next week,” he said Sydow for SPEEDWEEK.com.