Tommy Searle's season came to an end at the final round of the 2019 Maxxis British Championship this past weekend. Searle wrapped things up in the best way possible too, as he clinched the MX1 title in the domestic series. That is covered in this exclusive MX Vice interview as well as injuries, the future and the Motocross of Nations.
MX Vice: You won the title, which obviously you expected to do. Anything less than that would have been a disappointment. Considering the shoulder injury and stuff like that, it's got to be good to just get this one locked up?
Tommy Searle: Yeah. To start off with I thought it [Landrake] was a couple of weekends before Turkey and China. When it was not that weekend, I was like, "Oh no! I've got to get through these two races." Then I hurt myself in Turkey, and actually quite bad. I couldn't lift my shoulder the first week. Even this time last week I was thinking, "I have no chance." I got an MRI and saw the shoulder specialist and they said, "You just bruised your shoulder." I went home for a couple of days and I called them a couple of days later and said, "There is no way my shoulder is bruised."
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