Current FIM Motocross World Championship MX2 class leader, Jeffrey Herlings has undergone surgery for a broken collarbone after crashing at the Dutch Masters.
The Red Bull KTM rider was leading the 250 class at the Dutch Masters in Halle on the weekend when he crashed, breaking his collarbone.
Herlings went into surgery shortly after the crash and has since posted an update to his fans via social media.
In the MX2 class no one has been able to challenge Herlings, who has 23 race wins to his name and a 169 point lead over Jeremy Seewer. With the surgery complete there is still hope that Herlings will be back on the bike soon and racing for his third MX2 World Championship.
The next round of the FIM MXGP is scheduled for July 24 at Loket for the MXGP of Czech Republic. We will keep you all up-to-date on Herling’s situation as information becomes available.