Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing suffered a setback at the most recent MXGP stop in Argentina, with MX2 rider Kay de Wolf crashing hard out of the first moto.

With the Grand Prix of Portugal, the fourth round, on the horizon, Kay de Wolf is eager to pick up where he left off and put his FC 250 back inside of the top five. Cleared of any broken bones last week, de Wolf eased into things by riding his mountain bike over the weekend and will get back on his bike on Wednesday. The goal is for him to be on the starting line at this weekend’s Portuguese event.

Nestaan Factory Husqvarna Team Manager Rasmus Jorgensen said “The good news is that Kay has no broken bones, but he did still take a hit to the head and has been taking it easy. We will see how he gets on when he tries to ride later this week.”