Published Sunday, 18 May 2014
Englishman Simon Andrews is critically ill following a crash at Saturday's race. (© Pacemaker)
The incident happened at the approach to Metropole during the Superstock race at about 3.30pm.
Andrews was airlifted to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast where he is receiving treatment for injuries which have been described as critical.
A short statement issued by the organisers of the North West 200 said the rider remains in a critical condition on Sunday and his family are with him in intensive care.
It said: "Simon Andrews' family are at his bedside in the Intensive Care unit of the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast where he remains in a critical condition following his crash in the Superstock race at yesterday's Vauxhall International North West 200."
Saturday's incident came after Frenchman Franck Petricola had to be airlifted from the North Coast after the collision during the Superstock practice session earlier this week.
He was also in a critical condition and has been receiving treatment at the RVH.
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