SBK, BSB: Brad Jones extubates, conditions improve

Brad Jones proves to be a real fighter at King’s College Hospital in London. Almost three weeks after the terrible accident at Brands Hatch Clarke Curve at the first British Superbike race its conditions are gradually improving. The decidedly encouraging news was published in MSVR’s latest medical bulletin this morning, suggesting that the 23-year-old was extubated and, if not all alone, was breathing again. It will be a “long and winding road” but the signs are comforting to both his fans and everyone in the motorcycling world who supported the young Stalbridge driver with words and stickers of encouragement, as well as fundraisers, like Tommy Bridewell who decided to auction off the suit he wore last season.


“MSVR’s report on the latest medical update on the health of Brad Jones (iForce Lloyd & Jones BMW), who is continuing his recovery from injuries sustained during the first British Superbike race on Saturday July 24th at Brands Hatch, has drawn. Brad remains under the care of doctors at King’s College Hospital, London, where he undergoes a neurological exam. He became extubated and started breathing again with some help, but most of the time he does it on his own and the sedation is slowly reduced. “