Motorsport UK regrets that Mark James, the rally driver who was injured in an accident on the Poker Stars Rally (10 November 2018) passed away in hospital yesterday (3 December 2018).
The Poker Stars Rally is a closed-road stage rally organised by Manx Auto Sport and held annually on the Isle of Man. As with all serious incidents in or around the sport, Motorsport UK is working with the club and the police to establish precisely what happened.
Motorsport UK and Manx Auto Sport send their sincere condolences to Mr James’ family and friends.
Motorsport UK and Manx Auto Sport will be making no further statement at this time.
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