FOLLOWING LAST night's report on Stuart Easton's Cadwell Park crash, which left the Scot needing exploratory surgery, the team has released this official statement:Swan Honda's Stuart Easton will leave hospital later today (Wednesday) following his
SWAN HONDA BSB rider Stuart Easton is currently undergoing further medical checks following his crash at Cadwell Park earlier today (Tuesday) during testing with the team ahead of the start of the 2010 British Superbike Championship.Easton crashed
's Corner, suffering a cut to the back of his leg. The Scot was airlifted to hospital for X-Rays, followed by an operation before being given the all-clear to be discharged today."I see myself as being lucky for two reasons," said Easton. "one the bike could
in the 2010 championship standings with 41 points, highsided his Fireblade at one of the fastest sections of Thruxton circuit.Ellison said from his hospital bed via Twitter:"Laying in hospital with a snapped femur!!! :( Gutted! Big thanks to the Thruxton
of the Supersport 600 race that left him with a compound fracture of the tibia and fibia.James Whitham despatched himself to the hospital to offer some moral support for his fellow Yorkshireman. Here's what he had to say:'I visited Ian in Coventry University
a metal rod into his right leg."My target is to run at Cadwell but all depends how things heal up," said Ellison from his hospital bed. "I'll try my hardest."The Lancastrian currently lies third in the BSB championship standings with 41 points.
THE NEWS just keeps getting worse for Gearlink Kawasaki's Chris Martin after his horrific crash at Brands Hatch in the British Superbike Championship meeting on Sunday.The youngster was left with a broken ankle, as revealed by visordown
movement in his neck, the new brace is connected to his chest also to help keep things still.The next stage of monitoring for Martin is a move to King's College Hospital, where his condition will be further assessed.
the injured Easton, who is currently being cared for at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast, with Lowes from Thruxton onwards.Alex said: "It’s a strange situation because I really wanted to get a BSB ride but this isn’t how I wanted it to happen obviously
AFTER the serious injuries suffered at this year's North West 200 Stuart Easton is optimistic that he will return to racing next season.Easton is now recovering at home after a long period recuperating in hospital from the broken pelvis, broken
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