Cooper Webb has announced his Supercross season is over with just two races to go. Webb suffered a concussion after crashing off a jump in the first lap of the Heat 1 Supercross race in Nashville over the weekend. Webb was second in the points standings and had a shot at leader Eli Tomac. All Webb needed was a couple of wins to have a chance at locking up the championship.
Webb posted the following to social media on Sunday morning: “As many of you saw, I suffered a concussion last night in Nashville,” Webb wrote. “I am thankful that everything else has checked out okay. This will unfortunately put an end to my SX season. It hurts to have it end like this, but I can hold my head high knowing I gave it my all.”
It is not clear whether Webb will return for the Outdoor Motocross Championship in a few weeks.