Weston Peick Is On His Feet & Out Of Intensive Care After His Paris Supercross Crash


Injured at Paris Supercross

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AutoTrader/Yoshimura/Suzuki’s Weston Peick suffered serious injuries in a crash at the November 17 Paris Supercross in Paris La Defense Arena, when he crashed at the start of the main event and was landed on by another racer. Peick suffered nearly a dozen facial fractures, as well as a double jaw dislocation. He remains in a French hospital and was joined by his father Louie and his finacee Kelly Celand.

Peick has undergone at least four extensive surgeries to repair the damage. Today, we received an update text from his father, Louie.

“It was a good day. Weston walked up and down the hallway, did some stretching and took a poop. They have all the wires and IV out. Just the feeding tube and tracheostomy (trach) tube are still in, but they will hopefully be removed tomorrow. He’s also in a regular room now. This is all great news.”

Road 2 Recovery has established a page to receive donations to help offset Peick’s massive medical expenses. You can find that HERE.