Ulster Grand Prix organisers have stated rider Fabrice Miguet’s accidents are “un-survivable”.
In a press release on Sunday morning, they stated he remained on life assist.
“It’s with a lot disappointment that the Dundrod & District Motorbike Membership confirms that whereas Fabrice Miguet stays on life assist, we perceive that the medical expectation is that he has sustained accidents which can be un-survivable.
“The 49-year-old rider from Normandy, France, was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital following an incident on the Joey’s Windmill part of the course in the course of the Superstock race on the Ulster Grand Prix on Saturday 11th August.
“Our ideas are with Fabrice’s household, group and plenty of associates at this troublesome time.”
The Frenchman was rushed to hospital after the incident in the course of the Superstock race on the Dundrod circuit on Saturday.
The 49-year-old got here off his bike on the Joey’s Windmill part of the monitor in the course of the fourth lap, with racing stopped for greater than an hour.
The Belfast Well being Belief confirmed he had surgical procedure on Saturday night.
English rider Davey Todd, who was injured in the identical incident, sustained suspected fractures in a separate crash.
All through the day there have been 4 purple flags.
A spectator was taken to hospital for a suspected damaged shoulder after being struck by a motorcycle whereas making an attempt to take an image with a selfie stick. It was reported the person was leaning out over the monitor on the time.
The day ended with racing deserted at round 5.40pm after rain and fog closed in on the circuit, lowering visibility.
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