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November 18th, 2017, 08:11 AM   #1
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RIP - Daniel Hegarty - Macau GP

Daniel Hegarty: English rider dies after crash at Macau Grand Prix - BBC Sport

Terrible news from Macau regarding TT racer Daniel Hegarty. 31 years old and leaves a young family.
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November 19th, 2017, 01:46 AM   #2
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RIP Dan. Macau is a very unforgiving place.
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RIP Dan. Macau is a very unforgiving place.
All sympathy to his family.

I am not even getting old these days, just old, but TT racing really does seem to be excessively dangerous.
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All sympathy to his family.

I am not even getting old these days, just old, but TT racing really does seem to be excessively dangerous.
It's been a very rough year for Road Racing 2017 has.
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