A Northern Ireland motorcylist killed in an accident during the Manx Grand Prix yesterday (Monday) has been described as an 'up and coming superstar'.
Wayne Hamilton from Portadown died after a crash in the Junior race, less than 48 hours after winning the event's opening Newcomers race.
Eleven-times TT winner Phil McCallen, who is on the Island watching the MGP with Hamilton's father, believes the 20-year-old was destined for bigger things (first part of audio file):
Phil McCallen was speaking to Ulster TV.
It's been a tough week for road racing, with the death of Neil Kent earlier in the MGP meeting and the loss of two more riders at other meetings.
Hamilton's fellow Northern Ireland rider Davy Morgan (second part of audio file):