Davy Morgan, aged 52, was killed in an incident on the third and remaining lap of the primary Supersport Race of the 2022 races; Morgan is the third rider to have died at this 12 months’s TT
Final Up to date: 06/06/22 11:57pm
Northern Irish rider Davy Morgan has died following an accident on the Isle of Man TT races, organisers have introduced.
The 52-year-old is the third competitor to lose his life at this 12 months’s competition.
Morgan, a veteran of the TT scene, crashed on the mountain part of the course in the course of the remaining lap of Monday’s Supersport Race.
An announcement learn: “It’s with a heavy coronary heart that the Isle of Man TT Races can verify that Davy Morgan, 52, from Saintfield, Northern Eire, was killed in an incident on the third and remaining lap of the primary Supersport Race of the 2022 Isle of Man TT Races.
“The Isle of Man TT Races cross on their deepest sympathy to Davy’s accomplice Trudy, his household, family members, and associates.”
Morgan first raced on the TT in 2002 and was making his 80th begin on the occasion. He recorded 49 finishes with 25 top-20 finishes.
His loss of life comes after Welsh rider Mark Purslow was killed in qualifying final week and French sidecar passenger Olivier Lavorel died after an incident on Saturday.