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Philip Wain  says:

TT Statement released after crash injures spectators in senior race

The organisers of the Isle of Man TT have released a statement after the crash at the start of today's Senior race which injured spectators.The statement says: "ACU Events Ltd can confirm spectators have been injured during the Senior TT Race, at approximately 13.07, in an incident that involved rider Jonathan Howarth. The rider was unhurt. The race was red...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (07 June 2013 14:58)

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Jul 12

Posts: 17

maxyam says:

TT accident

Once again the stinking BBC only mentions the TT when there are accidents. Probalby TT is regarded as much too dangerous an event for thier PC liberals. They couldn't even mention the results of this race, or the magnificent achievement of Michael Dunlop getting 4 wins, or John McGuiness getting his twentieth.

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Nov 09

Posts: 164

jewels says:


The BBC,the monday after the WSB Donington,breakfast news,n so call sport,not a mention of Tom Sykes,[british]2Wins,Sam Lowes 1WIN[british].i got lots on the inbred [AKA] rooney.and the usual tennis/golf/rugby,you know what i [mean],

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