Ryan Vickers Confirms Broken Collarbone

In his Race 2 crash at Donington Park PSP last weekend, Ryan Vickers suffered a broken collarbone.

Vickers confirmed the injury on social media, but also confirmed that he would not need surgery to repair it.

Ryan Vickers, 2024 Donington PSP. Credit: Impact Images.

Vickers' post reads: “Thank you everyone for your messages and well wishes. I haven't been able to check my phone much due to being in the hospital and in a lot of pain.”

“But we finally got some results and only my left collarbone was broken. I spoke to the surgeon today and they confirmed that I will not need surgery as it is well planned so that it will heal quickly on its own.

“I'm really happy about this because we weren't sure about my recovery time. Now, I've had a few weeks of rest and recovery, and I'm putting myself in the best possible place to get back into racing.

“I just want to say a huge thank you to the OMG Racing Yamaha team for their incredible support and understanding after my injury. I also want to give a huge shout out to the medical staff and marshals at Donington Park for their quick response and getting me to hospital immediately.

“I have a few weeks to focus on my recovery and I will keep you posted! Thanks again guys, you have been amazing.”

Vickers, who now sits eighth in the riders' standings and 57 points behind championship leader Glenn Irwin, will have until June 14-16 to recover before the next round of the series at Knockhill.


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