MGP Supertwin winner dies at Ulster Grand Prix
The reigning Manx Grand Prix Supertwin champion has died following a crash at the Ulster Grand Prix.
35-year-old Jamie Hodson died in an incident at the Dundrod 150 National race yesterday.
He made his TT debut earlier this year, securing a top 10 finish in the Lightweight race.
Hodson's brother Rob, who is also a former MGP Supertwin winner, was involved in the same incident, but avoided serious injury.