Rider died after Skerries crash on Saturday
TT and Southern 100 regular William Dunlop has died following a practice session crash at the Skerries road races in Ireland.
The 32-year-old, from Ballymoney in Northern Ireland, was a member of the renowned Dunlop family - his father was Robert, his uncle Joey, and his brother Michael.
He was a regular winner at Billown and had five podiums at the TT.
He also recorded seven wins at the Ulster Grand Prix and four victories at the North West 200.
In a distinguished career he accumulated 108 Irish National Road Race wins, including 15 at Skerries.
He leaves a daughter, Ella, and partner Janine, who is expecting their second child.
Manx Radio TT commentator Tim Glover has been recalling his final chat with William at TT 2018: