Jake Weimer Out For San Diego Supercross

Andrea Wilson | February 8, 2014

SAN DIEGO, CA, FEB. 8 – Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Jake Weimer went down hard in the first qualifying session for tonight’s San Diego Supercross and suffered a dislocated his shoulder. A visit to the Asterisk mobile medical unit revealed that Weimer also has chipped a bone in his wrist, forcing him to sit out of tonight’s race. Weimer’s return to racing at this point is unknown, pending further evaluation from a doctor.

Leading the way in the 250 class was Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Dean Wilson. Wilson was not only the fastest, but the only one to drop down into the 47-second range. Following him is the man with the red plate – Jason Anderson. Malcolm Stewart was the fastest TLD Honda rider in third with rookie Cooper Webb fourth. Wilson’s teammate Justin Hill rounded out the top five.

Red Bull KTM’s Ken Roczen led the way in the 450 class and was also the only rider to drop down into the 47-second range. Roczen’s teammate Ryan Dungey ended up second with Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart third. Series points leader Ryan Villopoto and Muscle Milk Honda’s Justin Barcia rounded out the top five.

Andrea Wilson | Associate Editor / Website Coordinator

Andrea has been shooting everything from flat track to road racing in her job as a professional freelance photographer, but she's made the move to a full-time staff position at Cycle News where her love of all things motorcycling will translate well. Wilson has proven her worth as more than a photographer as she migrates to the written word with everything from race coverage to interviews.