News 11 Mar 2020

Smith tweaks knee in Daytona Supercross fall

Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki entry to undergo scans.

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Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Jordon Smith will undergo scans this week after tweaking his knee just moments into Daytona’s 250SX East main event last weekend.

The number 54, who claimed second in his heat, collided with another rider during the early stages, going down and injuring his knee, prompting him to call it a night.

“Well sometimes it just seems that you can’t get momentum swaying in your direction,” Smith stated. “That’s definitely how I feel right now. As most of you could see last night I twisted my knee pretty bad. I will get an MRI tomorrow and keep everyone updated on my status.”

Smith will be in a race against time as Indianapolis’ stop of Monster Energy Supercross looms this weekend. His teammate, Garrett Marchbanks, went onto claim career-first win on Saturday in the 14-lap affair.