treatment to speed along his recovery, he is expected to race at the next Superbike round to take place on 11th May at Monza.
TT racer James McBride is lucky to be alive after a serious accident in the Isle of Man TT Superstock practice session.McBride had clocked the fourth quickest time of 122.12mph before being involved in a high-speed incident at Gorse Lea
FORMER 250 World champion Sito Pons’s 16-year-old son Axel is expected to take six months to make a full recovery after suffering severe injuries in a multiple crash in a CEV Spanish championship race last weekend.Axel, who made his GP debut
. According to the doctors, the operation passed without any complications and there are no reasons why Max cannot make a full and successful recovery.When Max came out of the operation, at about two o'clock on Monday morning, he asked for some water, a pizza
highside at Kyalami on Friday. An initial operation to plate the bones has been hailed a success by surgeons working on the Frenchman who will be in recovery for the next few months.
for full recovery.
INJURED FRENCHMAN Regis Laconi is seriously considering retiring from racing, following his massive crash earlier this year.Visordown’s mole has been chatting with a couple of other moles French-side and hears that although his recovery from a
scaphoid bone, itself a legacy of a pre-season crash during testing.But after the Mallory Park crash where Josh Brookes collided with Andrews at the Hairpin, the Kawasaki rider’s injury and recovery were set back.Team boss Nick Morgan said: “Brands was just
assist the investigation and the recovery of the property.Callers should contact the CID at Weston-super-Mare on 0845 456 7000. or alternatively Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
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