After winning the first 450 moto at the 2019 Houston SX “Triple Crown” event, HRC / Honda’s Ken Roczen went down hard in the first turn of the second moto. The #94 got up lame, limped back to his bike and headed back to the pits after trying to ride one lap after the crash.

Kenny DNF’ed moto 2, but surprisingly the #94 did line up for the final moto of the three moto “Triple Crown”. Ken finished 8th in the final moto and his 1-21-8 score on the night gave hin 10th overall points for the Houston SX. A solid night considering the crash and DNF in moto 2.

Kenny’s big toe looks like it got the worst of it.

Kenny posted this on Facebook this morning with that nasty pic of his big toe: “Bummer about yesterday. We had a good day all day. Started the day off by getting the pole position. I got the holeshot in the first main and put a 10-second gap between me and the field and got the W in that one. In the second main I went down on the start and felt a sharp pain in my ankle + my bike was really bent up so I DNF that one. Raced the 3rd main and managed to get an 8th. Thank you, everybody, for the support.”

Watch video of Ken’s first turn crash below.



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Bummer 🤷🏼‍♂️

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Dan Lamb is a 12+ year journalist and the owner of MotoXAddicts.