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Following the incident at Snetterton last week, Shane underwent surgery on Monday (21/05/18) to stabilise his spinal fractures. We are happy to say the surgeons are pleased with how the procedure went.

Shane is alert and in good spirits, but there is still a long road ahead in the recovery process. He will remain under close observation in the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Critical Care Complex over the next few days before undergoing further treatment.

We are touched by the many messages of support we have received from fans over the last few days, but after instances of well-wishers attempting to see Shane in hospital, we would request that our wish for privacy is respected at this difficult time.


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