Seely Injury Ends His 2019 AMA National SeasonCole Seely suffered a practice crash at Florida’s Moto Sandbox that has ended his motocross season due to injury. Seely’s fall dislocated his right shoulder, according to Team Honda HRC. That resulted in a broken shoulder socket, as well as damage to the labrum cartilage, which sits between the humerus bone and the socket.
“It’s really unfortunate to see Cole’s season end this way,” Team Honda HRC manager Erik Kehoe said. “The beginning of this season has been a challenge for him, but he showed a lot of speed during the first moto at Colorado; it’s a bummer that we won’t be able to see how he progresses.” Seely has finished no better than P8 in six AMA National motos this year.Seely’s career has been injury prone—2015 is the last year Seely rode every Main of a Monster Energy Supercross season. Seely suffered debilitating injuries at the 2018 Tamp Supercross when a horrific crash broke his pelvis and tailbone. Returning to Supercross in 2019, Seely’s best finish was a P5 at round 13 in Houston. Seely finished the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross season in P7, 168 points behind series winner Cooper Webb.