Eli Tomac (shoulder) out for 2015 season

Eli Tomac's impressive season is over.

Just days after a brutal crash knocked him out of competition, the GEICO Honda team announced that Tomac will miss the rest of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship and will likely need to undergo surgery on both of his shoulders. His right shoulder was dislocated in last weekend's crash (although the medical team put it back into place at the track), and his left shoulder suffered a rotator cuff tear.

The injuries occured when Tomac crashed while leading the second 450 Class moto at Thunder Valley. He was in the midst of an unbeaten season, having won the first five motos of the season in dominant fashion prior to the crash, and looked nearly unstoppable.

Tomac's season started with a pair of dominant moto wins at Hangtown. (Photo: Chris Ortiz)

Below is the press release from GEICO Honda:

Superstar motocross rider Eli Tomac will miss the rest of the outdoor season following a hard crash Saturday at the Thunder Valley National in Denver that injured both of his shoulders. The GEICO Honda rider had won the first five 450cc class motos of the season and was leading the second race in Denver when he went down on his own in a difficult section of the track.

"Eli was understandably upset when we were talking a little while ago," team co-owner Jeff Majkrzak said. "Obviously, after the start he's had, we were all hoping for a championship run. Injuries are an unfortunate part of this sport, and this one is very tough for all of us."

Majkrzak reports that Tomac's left shoulder has suffered a 100 percent tear of the rotator cuff, requiring immediate surgery. His right shoulder, which was dislocated in the crash and later put back into place by the Asterisk medical team, will most likely need surgery as well.

Tomac will look to come back strong in 2016. (Photo: Chris Ortiz)

To date, Tomac has won two championships, the Supercross 250cc West title in 2012 and the 250cc Motocross title in 2013. He has also been runner-up to three championships, the 2011 and 2013 Supercross 250cc West titles and the 2015 450cc Supercross title.

He has also collected 12 overall MX trophies on a 250 and three more on a 450. In Supercross, Tomac has won 11 races on a 250 and three more on a 450.

Here's the video of Tomac's crash at Thunder Valley: