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Biker crashes at Ballysally Roundabout.

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The Hungarian biker, Sandor Bitter crashed at Ballysally Roundabout during the first lap of this evening’s North West 200 Spidi Superstock race.

Fortunately, Bitter did not sustain any serious injuries, however he was taken to Causeway Hospital for a routine check-up.

Due to the delay, the race could not be re-run before roads re-opened and will now be re-run on Saturday.

Sandor Bitter crashed at Ballysally roundabout on the opening lap of the Spidi superstock race. He was ok but was taken…

Posted by The International North West 200 on Thursday, 14 May 2015

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