Bennetts British Superbike bosses have issued an update on the three riders who were injured in the original start of today’s Pirelli National Superstock 600 race.
Aaron Clifford, Adam Hartgrove and Charlie Morris went down on the Senna Straight during the warm-up lap of the planned start just before 1pm today and the race was immediately moved to the end of the day ahead of a lengthy delay as medical staff attended to the incident.
A statement from MSVR reads:
Aaron Clifford was treated immediately trackside by ground post and medical intervention car personnel before being transferred to the circuit medical centre. He was diagnosed as having sustained a serious head injury, amongst other injuries. He was placed in an induced coma by the MSVR BSB Medical Team before being transferred to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridgeshire by the East Anglia Air Ambulance.
Charlie Morris was transferred by road to Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital with a broken collarbone and a suspected dislocated wrist whilst Adam Hartgrove sustained minor injuries not requiring hospitalisation.
Further updates will be provided when available.