The Australian saw his title hopes come to and early end during the second round of the Australian Supercross series (AUSX) in New Castle, on a Triple Crown format event.
Moss fractured a vertebra in qualifying which was not confirmed after the event, among other injuries and then suffered a big crash in the first final of the Triple Crown format
Moss’s injury put him sidelined for the rest of the season, which means he will be sidelined for the 40th edition of the Supercross of Paris on November 18 & 19, originally planned to defend his Prince of Paris crown with Bud Racing Kawasaki.
At the same time, Moss will be out for the double-header round in Melbourne on November 24 & 25 which will hold the last round of the AUSX series and the last WSX GP. According to the 10-license rule of the WSX World Championship, each has to be completed with two riders per team, which means ClubMX needs a fill-in rider for Melbourne.