American Flat Track: Bryan Smith Will Miss Next Two Rounds Due To Broken Leg

American Flat Track: Bryan Smith Will Miss Next Two Rounds Due To Broken Leg

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BRYAN SMITH SUFFERS BROKEN FIBULA AT TEXAS HALF-MILE

Indian Wrecking Crew Rider Bryan Smith to Miss Calistoga Half-Mile & Arizona Mile

MINNEAPOLIS (MAY 1, 2018) – Indian Motorcycle Racing Wrecking Crew Rider Bryan Smith suffered a broken left fibula during a multi-rider crash in Semi 1 at the Texas Half Mile on Saturday, April 28.

The 2016 Grand National Champion will miss the Calistoga Half-Mile and the Arizona Mile. Following those races, Smith will reevaluate his health and determine his ability race at the Sacramento Mile on May 19.

Smith placed ninth during the season opener at the Daytona TT and seventh at the Atlanta Short Track. He was unable to finish at the Texas Half-Mile and currently ranks 13th with 22 total points. 

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