Adam Cianciarulo is back for Daytona

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After missing several rounds, Cianciarulo feels better enough to get back on the back this weekend for round 8 in Daytona.

The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider has been dealing with a broken bone on a finger on his left hand that occurred way back at Anaheim 1 when Jorge Prado and he collided in the final turn of the main event. After missing all the next six rounds, Cianciarulo feels better enough to get back on the back this weekend for round 8 in Daytona.

In the following weeks after A1, Cianciarulo was unable to put in normal days of riding at the test track as he commented following the San Diego Supercross that he has been riding but skipping the whoops when he does ride to stay fresh but not do further damage to his finger. He went 8-13 at San Francisco and San Diego respectively, but decided to skip the next three rounds to heal in a proper way.

The incident at Anaheim 1 between Cianciarulo and Prado occurred right behind race winner Jett Lawrence as the duo had just been put a lap down and were battling for 12th place on the track. Prado cut up the inside of Cianciarulo in the last turn and slammed into the left side of Cianciarulo which caught his hand between his and Prado’s handlebars. The contact cracked a bone on the top of one of Cianciarulo’s fingers.

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