Webb Injured In Nashville Heat Race, Leaves Title Implications

NASHVILLE — Cooper Webb experienced an ugly crash during the first 450SX heat race Saturday afternoon at Nissan Stadium. As he exited the corner, Webb tucked the front end, leaning the No. 9 Monster Energy Kawasaki machine and clipped the back of Webb’s head. There was little Cianciarulo could’ve done to avoid hitting Webb, as the KTM was directly in the Kawasaki’s line. The impact appears to have directly affected Webb’s upper back and neck area. Webb remained underneath his bike as the remaining 19 riders rode through the corner before the Alpinestars medical crew moved the bike. Webb entered the Nashville round 11 points behind Tomac in the championship fight.

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