MADRID, 5 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Spanish Moto2 rider Pedro Acosta (Kalex) will not be able to compete in the British Grand Prix this weekend of the Motorcycling World Championship after not receiving the medical ok after the femur fracture that already caused him to miss the Grand Prix of the Netherlands before the summer break.
“After the last medical check-up this morning, Pedro Acosta has been declared unfit and will not participate in the British Grand Prix. Strength Pedro!” Said his team, Red Bull KTM Ajo, on his profile on Friday. ‘Twitter’ official.
Acosta fractured his femur practicing motocross at the end of June and had to undergo surgery. After taking advantage of the summer break to recover, the Murcian rider hoped to reappear at Silverstone, but the World Championship doctors did not allow him to get on the bike at the start of free practice.
In this way, the Mazarrón rider, 18 years old and current Moto3 world champion, will thus miss his second race so far in a season where, although he is having a hard time being regular, he already has a victory to his credit (Mugello ) and a second place (Sachsenring).