Ulster Grand Prix biker Fabrice Miguet sustains ‘un-survivable injuries’
A bike racer who crashed in the previous day’s Ulster Grand Prix stays on life-support however has sustained “un-survivable accidents”.
Fabrice Miguet, a 49-year-old from Normandy, France, used to be injured within the Superstock race on Saturday.
Organisers mentioned he underwent surgical treatment however that “the clinical expectation is that he has sustained injures which might be un-survivable”.
“Our ideas are with Fabrice’s circle of relatives, workforce and plenty of buddies at this tough time,” they mentioned in a commentary.
Mr Miguet got here off his motorbike on the Joey’s Windmill phase of the monitor throughout lap quantity 4, the Belfast Telegraph reported.
An English rider, Davey Todd, used to be additionally reportedly injured within the incident. He later sustained suspected fractures.
The newspaper mentioned a spectator used to be taken to clinic too, after being struck by means of a motorbike whilst looking to take a photograph.
The race used to be deserted simply after 5pm on Saturday because of deficient climate prerequisites.