RR » TT2012: UPDATE: Andrews breaks wrist and ankle


'Simon is alert and chatting with his chief mechanic, who is with him at the hospital' - Honda Racing statement

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BOND - Unregistered

June 02, 2012 7:33 PM

Hope Simon makes a full and speedy recovery from his injuries sustained today!

I was worried that something like this would happen to him, as I believe he was going too quick too soon! But he's a good racer and I'm sure he thought he wasn't pushing it

Sump Rat

June 02, 2012 11:00 PM


@ Steve "this guy" is a racer. His life is about going fast.

He is fast and hopefully Simon can learn to not crash.
Why should S.A. stop racing now? There will be plenty of time for that if He gets old.

If you aint got nothing positive to say pack it in.

Armchair Racer - Unregistered

June 03, 2012 12:27 AM

Blo&dy hell, he was doing so well in practice too. I was only thinking that as the majority of the front runners are getting on a bit, its good to see the likes of SA bringing some youth to the competition.

Been a fan of SA since he impressed in BSB a couple of years ago. A real shame that he's banged himself up again, he either likes hospital food or he's chasing nurses. Good talent, good looking missus and will be a miss to the paddock for the forseeable. Hope he comes back fit and well and can make his own decision on whether he will carry on racing.

Good luck fella.

cruachan - Unregistered

June 03, 2012 2:48 AM

Get well soon Simon.

A timely reminder (if ever it were needed) of the monster that is Snaefell. As Loris Capirossi said MotoGP is for girls, real men go road racing.

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