Jack Miller left with shoulder and collarbone injury after a mountain bike accident in California.
After Jack Millers fantastic performance at the Argentine GP, placing fourth giving him his fifth consecutive top 10 finish, Miller travelled to California to train before heading to Austin, Texas. During his mountain bike session, Miller fell off his bike injuring his right shoulder.
“We kept pretty quiet about the shoulder all weekend, but now we’re done, I can admit that it wasn’t great. I was out training in California after Argentina, and I fell off doing some mountain biking. The injuries are nothing that some rest time and recovery can’t handle, but I ended up with some muscle damage, some bruising and a little tear on my rotator cuff on my right shoulder. And a crack in my collarbone as well. I tell you, sometimes the time between the races can be more dangerous than the race weekends themselves.”
Yet Millers injury wasn’t evident at all during the Grand Prix of the Americas race last weekend, grabbing ninth after starting in position 19, adding yet another top 10 finish onto his consecutive amazing performances.
Jack’s injury doesn’t seem to be too serious, he is getting ready for round four at Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix