Dixon set to miss Portimao following surgery

Jake Dixon, who sustained a fractured right wrist at the Gran Premio de Europa, successfully underwent surgery last Friday in the UK. The Petronas Sprinta Racing rider, who already missed the Valencia GP, won’t be able to participate in the final Moto2™ race of the 2020 season on Sunday in Portimão. On Friday 13 November, Jake Dixon underwent a two-hour surgery with Dr. Mike Hayton at Spire Manchester Hospital. The recovery process can now start for Dixon, with the Moto2™ rider able to start light cardio in one week’s time. In mid-December the British rider should be able to have the wires removed from his wrist. “It’s been a tough time since my FP2 crash at Valencia two weeks ago. The British rider will continue with the Malaysian Moto2™ squad in next season after an impressive 2020 campaign.

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