Sam Lowes Declared Fit To Ride After four Missed Grand Prixs
After what felt like an eternity, British Moto2 rider Sam Lowes has finally been declared fit to ride.
The Brit suffered a luxation of the left shoulder in the qualifying for his home Grand Prix at Silverstone. Later that day he was declared unfit by the doctors in the medical centre.
Sam Lowes – Image provided by Motorsport Images
For Lowes, being able to ride again means an end to an long time of recovery. Via Social Media, he confirmed on Monday:
“Finally, tomorrow I will go to Japan. Last checks were positive, lots of hard work and can’t wait to get back going.”
Now, the third place finisher from the German Grand Prix has been declared fit to ride. He will look for a good result and getting comfortable on the bike again.
Medical Info 📋#Moto2 rider #22 @SamLowes_22 has been declared fit after a medical check #JapaneseGP 🇯🇵— MotoGP™🏁 (@MotoGP) September 22, 2022
For Lowes, the 2022 season has been a horror so far. Just four finished races in ten race starts speak for themselves.
After coming back from injury, the Brit will have to find some concistency. The rest of the season will be more of a preparation for 2023 as he currently sits 15th in the championship standings.