A 35-year-old Scot has been killed in Northern Ireland's top motorcycle race.
Mark Buckley, from Loch Lomond, died from his injuries in hospital after an incident near York Corner, outside Portstewart, Co Derry, organisers of the North West 200 said.
The married man had been taking part in the third race, the Superstock race, on Saturday afternoon. It was the last day of the international race series.
Organisers have not fully established the cause of the crash and are investigating the circumstances along with the Motorcycle Union of Ireland (MCUI).
Mervyn Whyte, North West 200 event director, said everybody was devastated by Mr Buckley's death.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, Jayne, and we extend our deepest sympathies to the entire family circle," he said. "There were no other riders involved in the incident."
The annual event is reputed to be one of the fastest motorcycle road races in the world.
A number of competitors have been killed during its more than 80-year history.
Mr Buckley was a regular competitor at the North West 200 and was expecting to compete at the TT races in the Isle of man in June.
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