James Dye is able to breathe without the need for a ventilator following his serious accident during yesterday's Fuchs-Silkolene British Supersport Championship race at Cadwell Park.

Dye was involved in a collision at the start of the race, during which Dye was believed to have been struck by one of the following riders.

Taken to Hull Royal Infirmary where he was transferred to the Intensive Care Unit, Dye remains in a serious but stable condition.

The latest MSVR statement reads as follows:

Following his accident yesterday (Monday) in the British Supersport Championship race at Cadwell Park, James Dye remains in a serious but stable condition in Hull Royal Infirmary but is now able to breathe without the use of a ventilator.

Other riders injured yesterday in separate, unrelated accidents are also recovering.

Stu Wilson is in Leeds Hospital awaiting surgery for an open fracture of his left arm. Yaron Salinger has had a CT Scan to assess possible neck injuries which has proved negative and is expected to be discharged from Lincoln Hospital tomorrow (Wednesday).

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