Australian Moto2 rider Remy Gardner will miss Sunday's San Marino Grand Prix after a crash during the warm-up session left him with a fractured hand and foot, organisers said.
The 22-year-old, who was set to start from the front of the grid, suffered a huge highside at turn 11, but was able to walk away from the crash.
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"Moto2 rider #87 Gardner Remy has been declared unfit due to fractures to left foot and hand," MotoGP said on Twitter.
Gardner, who rides for the Onexox TKKR SAG Team, is ninth in the Moto2 standings with 41 points, 46 points behind Championship leader Luca Marini of Sky Racing Team VR46.
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