Wirral 100 rider Craig Bell has died

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CRAIG Bell has died following an incident at the Wirral 100 Motor Club’s double-header at Anglesey Circuit this weekend.

The County Durham rider, who was also a regular at NEMCRC meetings, was competing in the Formula 600 ranks yesterday when the accident happened.

A statement from the Wirral 100 MC reads:

It is with great sadness that we inform you all that Craig Bell, from Bishop Auckland has passed away following injuries sustained during the F600 race on Saturday, 23rd June.

Craig was involved in an accident at Peel – Anglesey Race Circuit and was treated at the scene before being transferred to Stoke major trauma centre, where he sadly succumbed to his injuries.

Wirral 100 MC wish to pass on their deepest sympathy and sincere condolences to Craigs family and friends.

UK Clubsport also wishes to extend its condolences to Craig’s family and friends.

*Image: Jennifer Charlton

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