Moto2: SDK Addressing Ongoing Arm Pump Issue During Summer Break

Sean Dylan Kelly will undergo investigations during the summer break after battling against arm pump issues for the first half of the season.

After a troublesome start to the season, Sean’s arm pump issues came to a point during the final round of the triple-header when the American was forced to retire due to the issue.

The physicality of the Assen track exacerbated the problem beyond his or the team’s control and now Sean will use the five-week break to seek medical advice and treatment in the hope to be fit for the remainder of the season.

We will keep you informed of any further developments.

Sean Dylan Kelly #4

Overall, I think it had been a positive weekend because I felt really good on the bike. I made a big improvement in terms of speed, and I think I was really consistent this weekend plus I’m truly happy with how I worked with the team.

I had good pace on my own – I went from a not-so-strong FP1 to building throughout every session and I felt really strong coming into the race. But, unfortunately, I’m in a tough moment right now as I had to retire on lap 15 because I’m just having some big issues with my right arm. We did some medical checks on Friday and found my forearm is worse than expected. Although it was something that I tried to solve coming into the season, it seems that something’s come back up.

I think right now I’ve got to focus on how to fix this problem within the next 5 weeks so I can show up to Silverstone completely ready to do my job and give my 100%.

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