Justgiving crowdfunding page set up to help family of Roger and Bradley Stockton

A Justgiving page has been set up in memory of Bradley and Roger Stockton after their deaths at the 2022 Isle of Man TT races. 

Roger Stockton, Bradley Stockton - [credit: ABP Motorsport/Facebook]

A crowdfunding effort has started in memory of the sidecar racers Bradley and Roger Stockton who were killed at the Isle of Man TT. 

The current goal of the campaign is £1,000 (the campaign is a £465 at time of writing, 16 June 2022), and is aimed at helping the family both Roger and Bradley left behind. 

“We have set up this fundraising page to raise funds to ease the financial pressures to his partner Melanie and daughter/sister Emily at this very painful time to use as needed,” the Justgiving page reads. 

“We are all remembering Roger as the very witty, free spirited, caring and warm person he was. The kettle was always on. He truly was a very special man and he touched the hearts of many along his journey in life especially in the racing world. He leaves behind his partner, daughter, two parents, his brother & sister family and a community of close friends.

“Any contribution will be gratefully appreciated and if we can reach out and share this page with as many people as possible.”

Roger and Bradley Stockton were killed in the second Sidecar race of the TT race week on what was initially supposed to be the final day of racing for the 2022 TT. Their respective deaths put them among Mark Purslow, Davy Morgan and Cesar Chanal as lives lost at the 2022 Isle of Man TT, which announced it would be conducting investigations into the crashes that resulted in the respective fatalities. 

If you wish to make a contribution yourself, you can do so via this link.