Wednesday September 23, 2020
JASON Doyle is ‘stiff all over’ but is ready to race on after his Grand Prix horror crash at the weekend.

The Swindon skipper was sent flying over his handlebars at high speed and into the air fence on the Prague track in round six of the World Championship series.

He suggested a handlebar went into his leg after the front wheel collapsed following an innocent collision with Great Britain’s Tai Woffinden.

“I had a dead leg on Saturday night and struggled on the podium,” he said.

“But I’m all good now, just stiff all over but nothing that will stop me from riding on.”

Doyle has moved into the top six in the world standings which would mean automatically booking his place in next year’s series if he remains there.

“It’s going in the right direction and hopefully I can keep it going in Torun for the final two rounds,” he said.

“And I want to thank everyone for their support, all my fans at Swindon who I’m missing a lot and I can’t wait to get back there, thanks for the messages.

“I really miss riding for Swindon and miss riding in Britain, I know people say it’s not the hardest standard there but it means I’m riding my bike regularly and that’s what matters, I thrive on being busy.

“I’m hoping we are all good to go back there next year at full gas and we can go racing regularly again.

“Also to my friends down in Australia, it’s great to read messages from them too.”

Meanwhile another Robins favourite Troy Batchelor is celebrating the birth of his first child alongside partner Abby. Baby Cruz was delivered successfully and everyone at the club offers their congratulations.

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