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Due to an crash involving two riders David Paton and James Dye the British Supersport race was red flagged on lap one. The incident that occurred going into Coppice has halted the televised race.
Even though the injuries are believed not to be critical it has been decided in the best interest of those involved that Dye is to be flown to hospital.

A statement from MSVR said at 8pm:

On the first lap of the British Supersport Championship race at Cadwell Park circuit, James Dye, 19 from Horsham fell from his Team Buff 675cc Triumph between Coppice and Charlies Corners. It is believed that he was struck by a following motorcycle, sustaining a serious head injury. The race was stopped immediately.


James was treated immediately trackside by the MSVR Medical Team before being transferred to the circuit medical centre and then by the on-site Air Ambulance to Hull Royal Infirmary for further treatment and assessment. He is in a serious, but stable condition in their Intensive Care Unit.

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