AMA Supercross

Jake Moss Ruled Out Of American SX Due To Injury

Author: Aaryn Minerds

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Jake Moss has confirmed that he will miss out on the opportunity to race the opening rounds of the 2015 Monster Energy AMA Supercross championship after sustaining a broken leg while training for A1.

Moss has just posted on his Facebook page confirming the injury. "Well sometimes it's just not meant to be Broke my leg today training for A1."

Jake has been in the United States for just a couple of days along with team-mate Adam Monea and the entire Troy Carroll Motorsports, Kawasaki Australian Racing team, with the team planning on spending the next eight weeks in the U.S competing in the opening six rounds of the American Supercross training, while also using the trip as a training and development camp for the upcoming Australian Motocross and Supercross season.

Jake Moss is no stranger to racing the American Supercross circuit having raced in rounds of the 250 East coast championship in 2008 and 2010 and also the West Coast 250 class in 2009.

While Jake Moss has been sidelined for this weekends event, fellow Australian's including Jake's twin brother Matt Moss along with two time champion Chad Reed, South Australian Brett Metcalfe and Jake's team mate Adam Monea will line up in the 450 SX class while Queensland's Jackson Richardson will line up in the West Coast 250 class.

Australian viewers can watch racing on delay at 6pm on ESPN on the Foxtel network.

Top Image: Jake Moss has been ruled out of A1 after breaking his leg during training.

Credit: Aaryn Minerds (File 2014 Aus SX)

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