“On the behalf of myself, my family and my team, I just want to pass on our sincere thanks to the Manx Motor Cycle Club because they have been so supportive and have given us so much help – they couldn't do enough for us,” he said.
“Everyone has rallied around and I want to thank the medics as well who worked on Trevor and everyone who has been there for us.”
Farquhar had already vowed to scale down his racing activities in 2013, setting a target of reaching 200 Irish road racing victories.
He currently has 199 wins and could have reached his goal at the Killalane meeting in September, the final Irish road race of the season.
This year, Farquhar won the inaugural Supertwin races at the North West 200 and Isle of Man TT and was also victorious in the class at the Ulster Grand Prix earlier this month.