Connor Fearon has today announced he will be missing out the rest of the season after his crash in Vallnord.

Fearon was on a stormer on his race run in Andorra and still managed to finish 28th despite taking a slam. He went on to race through the pain in Lenzerheide but only managed to pick up 74th after posting a DNF in qualies.

Tschaff's Plunge has claimed plenty of victims in the past. The taping has been changed coming into it and riders are speculating the B-Line may now be quicker.

In the month between he has had surgery on his fingers that should have him sorted out for World Champs in Cairns. It will be gutting for Fearon who was sitting in the top ten in the overall going into Vallnord but hopefully he can make up for it with a big result on home soil.

Fearon said on Instagram: "Really hate to say this but I won't be racing here at Mont St Anne.. I actually needed surgery to put some wires in my finger from when I crashed at Andorra. I will be 100% by Cairns world champs and can still do most of my training off the bike so that's my main focus right now. I'll still be cruising around the pits here and at Crankworx so come say yo if you see me!"

Heal up fast Connor and we're looking forward to seeing you pin it in September.