Danilo Petrucci broke a bone during training for Dakar 2022

Haven't started yet Hey, did you play with broken bones? Former MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci turned to dust at the Dakar Rally shortly after training, when Petrucci suffered a broken bone in his right brother. The car used is a KTM 450 Rally that took place in Dubai on December 10, 2021.        Petrucci explains, “I was driving in the middle of the sand dunes and slowly going down the road. 'Cause I'm going out of my way That area is on deep sand. But after a small collision There are really deep holes. And I crashed hard into the car. There was pressure on the right leg causing the bone to break.”    With his injuries, Petrucci returned home to Terni, Italy, to heal his wounds. Fortunately, this journey will help him adjust to his fitness and keep up with the competition next season.  Petrucci assured Speedweek, “I'm ready to make my official debut at the Dakar Rally. Just give me enough time to rest and I will come back to practice again. Now I can't jogging. But still enough to be able to cycle on a roller and do physical therapy at home on a daily basis, just for now, don't put too much weight on your feet.”     The Dakar Rally kicks off January 2, 2022. Petrucci is scheduled to join the KTM Factory Racing Rally team for the opening stage on the first day of the new year. Hopefully the former MotoGP rider will recover and come back to paint on the desert soon.

Haven't started yet Hey, did you play with broken bones? Former MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci turned to dust at the Dakar Rally shortly after training, when Petrucci suffered a broken bone in his right brother. The bike used is a KTM 450 Rally that took place in Dubai on December 10, 2021.

Petrucci explains, “I was driving in the middle of the sand dunes and slowly going down the road. 'Cause I'm going out of my way That area is on deep sand. But after a small collision There are really deep holes. And I crashed hard into the bike. There was pressure on the right leg causing the bone to break.”

With his injuries, Petrucci returned home to Terni, Italy, to heal his wounds. Fortunately, this journey will help him adjust to his fitness and keep up with the competition next season.

Haven't started yet Hey, did you play with broken bones? Former MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci turned to dust at the Dakar Rally shortly after training, when Petrucci suffered a broken bone in his right brother. The car used is a KTM 450 Rally that took place in Dubai on December 10, 2021.        Petrucci explains, “I was driving in the middle of the sand dunes and slowly going down the road. 'Cause I'm going out of my way That area is on deep sand. But after a small collision There are really deep holes. And I crashed hard into the car. There was pressure on the right leg causing the bone to break.”    With his injuries, Petrucci returned home to Terni, Italy, to heal his wounds. Fortunately, this journey will help him adjust to his fitness and keep up with the competition next season.  Petrucci assured Speedweek, “I'm ready to make my official debut at the Dakar Rally. Just give me enough time to rest and I will come back to practice again. Now I can't jogging. But still enough to be able to cycle on a roller and do physical therapy at home on a daily basis, just for now, don't put too much weight on your feet.”     The Dakar Rally kicks off January 2, 2022. Petrucci is scheduled to join the KTM Factory Racing Rally team for the opening stage on the first day of the new year. Hopefully the former MotoGP rider will recover and come back to paint on the desert soon.

Petrucci assured Speedweek, “I'm ready to make my official debut at the Dakar Rally. Just give me enough time to rest and I will come back to practice again. Now I can't jogging. But still enough to be able to cycle on a roller and do physical therapy at home on a daily basis, just for now, don't put too much weight on your feet.”

The Dakar Rally kicks off January 2, 2022. Petrucci is scheduled to join the KTM Factory Racing Rally team for the opening stage on the first day of the new year. Hopefully the former MotoGP rider will recover and come back to paint on the desert soon.

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