High-profile rider Simon Andrews is in a critical condition in hospital after crashing out at Saturday's North West 200 road races.
The Englishman was airlifted to Belfast’s Royal Victoria Hospital yesterday, after the accident at the Metropole section in the Superstock race.
The 29-year-old, from Evesham in Worcestershire rides for the Penz13.com BMW team.
The crash was the second serious accident at this year’s races.
His accident comes after Franck Petricola (31) crashed during a practice session on Tuesday.
The Frenchman is also being treated at the Royal - his condition described as critical.
Meanwhile, Ballymoney man Michael Dunlop was the star of this year's races - walking away with the Man of the Meeting trophy.
Dunlop won the Superbike and shortened Superstock races - taking home a cheque of £2,500.
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