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Gary Pinchin  says:

NW200: Easton injury update

UPDATE: 4:00pm May 23Latest update on Stuart Easton, seriously injured during North West 200 practice last Thursday, is that he has been moved from intensive care to a high dependency ward – and now there is talk today that he will be moved onto a normal ward. Easton’s MSS Kawasaki team owner Nick Morgan however told MCN, that they would prefer...

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Aug 09

Posts: 37

glynny says:

Really sorry to hear this news but these racers are a hardy bunch. How many times we think someone has a career ender to find them back on the grid much earlier than we'd expect. I just hope he recovers really well and really soon. He'll know if he's upto racing again. Haven't seen the accident but is Mason alright? Gutted for him, well the pair of them.

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Jul 10

Posts: 1389

just awful

Race racing is such a brutal sport when it goes wrong.

Godspeed Stuart and hope your recover quickly and well...


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Apr 10

Posts: 35

jono916 says:

He's a gladiator for even racing on the roads, they all are. I really hope he gets better and can race again.

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Feb 10

Posts: 560

RobTZ says:

He'll be Back Stronger

Stuart is only young and very talented. He will be back and just as strong, if not stronger. All the best have been through bad injuries, come back and won world championships; Barry Sheene Daytona 1975, Mick Doohan Assen 1992, and Carl Fogarty Oulton 1986 and Silverstone 1987.

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May 03

Posts: 101

mickdel says:

Welcome to real road racing.   A machine failure, on Mason's bike, means Easton's career maybe over.   This was a disaster struck meeting.

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Aug 02

Posts: 108

1100970 says:

Get well soon

A racer who has loads of skill and determination to get to the top in this great sport, it`s cruel at times as Stuart knows but you must be brave and there is no shortish of that here.

My concern is mixing the street racing with circuit racing can put extra risks into ones career when you dont need it, but who am I to say what is right or wrong with his racing career. 

Look forward to seeing you at the front of a BSB race soon you are one of the best.

                                                           Andy W

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Aug 05

Posts: 80

stunned !!

only just read the news and I'm stunned....

very best wishes for a full & speedy recover Stewart.......I've got my fingers and toes crossed for you and looking forward to seeing back where you belong....






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Aug 05

Posts: 80

stunned !!

oops... sorry stunned I spelt your name wrong...

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Feb 06

Posts: 2

magicdancer says:

Stuart Easton

He'll have a job recovering from those injuries!!!

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Jul 08

Posts: 978

Great News.....

At least he and his family know he has something to aim for and will be employed doing what he loves next season! I feel better for Stuart already..........

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