OFICIAL: Simon Langenfelder to race in the MXGP of Galicia post surgery

MXPG Portugal 2024, Agueda Rider:

The current MX2 runner-up broke his collarbone five days ago in Portugal’s second moto of the MXGP of Agueda.

Every lap in Agueda was a battle against the elements as much as against the clock this weekend. We showed our pace and fought hard, proving that even under the toughest conditions, we push to the limit. It’s a setback, for sure, but every challenge is a setup for a stronger comeback. We’ll heal, regroup, and hit the track with even more determination. Thank you, as always, to the team for all their hard work and support this weekend!” stated the German rider after Agueda.

Now the word on the street is that Langenfelder will try to line up in Lugo after undergoing surgery on Monday; In fact, he is on the entry list for this weekend. If this happens, Langenfelder will try to score as many points as possible, as he is currently second in the standings, 30 points behind Kay de Wolf.

UPDATE 10/05

It´s official: Langenfelder will race this weekend in Spain!

“Back behind the gate this weekend! Collarbone is feeling good and I am ready to fight. Time to be a badass. Thanks to Doctor Nannerini, Giuseppe and many more for making all this possible!” wrote Langenfelder on his social medias

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