Traders Racing Yamaha rider Jayce Pennington suffers broken wrist


Rookie Supercross Debut Delayed

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We just received the news that Traders Racing Yamaha rider, Jayce Pennington, has sustained a broken scaphoid while testing for his rookie Supercross debut. After wrapping up his amateur career with the team in 2017, Pennington was preparing to join the professional ranks. According to the press release below, Pennington will be in a cast for roughly two months. The current plan is to line up at the first 250SX East Coast round in Arlington, Texas.

The full press release is posted below…

"I was practicing at GPF, just another day training. I was skimming the whoops and my front wheel missed one of them, dipped down into the next whoop and threw me over the bars. Wasn’t too bad of a crash but I landed on my wrist just right and ended up breaking my scaphoid, non displaced. It’s a bummer but the good thing is I'm still able to keep up on my cardio and keep my legs strong. So that won’t be a problem. Doctor says I'm looking at around 2 months in a cast, but my head is still up! Don’t expect any less from me when Arlington comes around for my first SX!"

His teammate Luke Renzland and the team continue testing for the 2018 East Coast 250 SX series starting in Arlington, TX.

Traders Racing is focused on the development of young riders. Team owner Gary Luckett and Race Director Skip Norfolk both have the same objective, provide top-level equipment giving these riders the chance to be better racers, become top-level professionals and live out there dreams. Skip Norfolk wants to pass off the experiences he had being a direct part of winning SX titles, by helping them reach their next level.