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July 22nd, 2018 by admin

Doyle ruled out of grand prix decider

SHOCKER: Jason Doyle and Britain’s Chris Harris crash into the fence in heat three in Poland. Harris lost control of his bike on turn three and speared the Novocastrian into the protective barriers. Hunter rider Jason Doyle’s speedway world championship hopes have been dashed by injury.
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Doyle announced he had withdrawn from the Melbourne Grand Prix because of injuries sustained in the penultimate round at Torun inPoland.

He will be replaced in Melbourne by fellow NovocastrianSamMasters, who rode aswildcard entrant in the event last year. Masters will join Australian riders Chris Holder and wildcard Brady Kurtz.

“I would like to let everyone know first hand from me that sadly I have to withdraw from the Melbourne GP,” Doyle posted on his Facebook page.

“I have punctured my left lung and badly traumatised my right lung.

“My right elbow is also shattered and I dislocated my left shoulder.

“I am unable to fly due to my lungs and have to wait for surgery on my elbow once my lungs are healed.

“I would like to again thank everyone for their kind messages I have got time to read them all! I will concentrate on my health and recovery to be ready for 2017.”

Doyle led the series into Torun after claiming three successive grand prix victories.

He was slammed into the protective barrier whenBritish rider Chris Harris crashed in heat three.

Jason Doyle’s crashDoyle had led closest rival Greg Hancock by five points but recorded no points after crashing in his first race of the evening.

Hancock scored 16 points in the round and will take the title if he scores 11 points at Etihad Stadium on October 22.

The three-time world champion said he was disappointed to overhaul Doyle in such unfortunatecircumstances after watching the Newcastle rider enter the track’s medical facilities.

“It’s bad luck. I can feel for Jason because I have been there,” Hancock said.

“He deserves a fair shot. Seeing his accident hit me inside. I know he didn’t go in there very well.”

Doyle finished fifth in last year’s seriesafter collision in the Melbourne final left him with abroken C7 vertebrae and a punctured lung.

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