Greg Hancock will make a late decision on whether to take his place in this weekend’s upcoming Speedway Grand Prix in Malilla, Sweden.

Greg was forced to pull out of the British Grand Prix in Cardiff three weeks ago after one ride, after dislocating his shoulder in the days before and then doing so again twice in practice.

He hasn’t ridden since and after seeking medical advice, has been advised that he needs surgery to repair the badly-damaged joint, but with a recovery time of three to six months, GH wants to try and delay it until the end of the season.

After speaking to several specialists, one of whom deals with several top Motocross stars in the US, he has spent the last two weeks in therapy and trying to strengthen the shoulder with the aim of resuming his season in Malilla this weekend.