Two Ulster Grand Prix riders in ‘critical incident’ throughout race (News)


Two riders on the Ulster Grand Prix have been concerned in a critical incident throughout a race.

It occurred on the Joey’s Windmill part of the monitor in the course of the first race on Saturday, the Lisburn and Castlereagh Council Superstock Race.

The race was pink flagged after the fourth lap on the Dundrod circuit with Dean Harrison declared the winner.

The riders identities usually are not identified at this stage, nonetheless, it is thought considered one of them could also be from Northern Eire.

Their situation will not be identified. Paramedics labored to stablise their situation earlier than taking them to hospital. Later one was taken to hospital and the opposite was reported to be “up and strolling about”. 

The clerk of the course Noel Johnston additionally attended the scene.

Racing resumed simply after 1pm.

Extra follows.

Belfast Telegraph Digital


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