I noticed that the IOM TT has claimed another three lives, including a Queenslander. In this day and age how much longer will this event survive without being nobbled in some way to make it safer. From the BBC. A rider and two spectators have died in a crash during the senior race at the centenary Isle of Man TT meeting. The rider, named by race organisers as Marc Ramsbotham, 34, who was from Wymondham, Norfolk, died instantly. One spectator, Dean Adrian Jacob, 33, from Kidderminster, Worcs, was pronounced dead at the scene. The second, Gregory John Kenzig, 52, from Queensland, Australia was taken to Noble's Hospital, but died a short time later. Two other people were injured. Hilary Beryl Musson, 60, from Ballaugh, Isle of Man and Janice Ann Phillips, 50, from Ramsey, Isle of Man, were also involved in the incident. Ms Phillips' condition is described as stable while Ms Musson's was reported to be critical in a critical condition. My condolances to all the victims families and friends. I've seen more than my share of deaths in motorsport over the last 20 years but those which involve spectators are the worst kind.