Chris Carter has died

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MOTORCYCLE racing reporter and club stalwart Chris Carter has died.

A mainstay in the paddock for more than half a century, Chris was a writer, commentator, broadcaster and much more from the Tonfanau Road Races all the way to Macau and even Daytona in America.

He was a regular fixture in clubs, but made his name everywhere from hare scrambles, trials and speedway to international grands prix beginning way back in the 1960s.

A matter-of-fact man who never shied away from speaking his mind, Chris was also at the helm of the original Bikesport News newspaper and did arguably more for club racing than anyone.

He passed away in the early hours of this morning.

UK Clubsport wishes to extend its sincere condolences to Chris’ family and friends.

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