BBC Sport - Guy Martin mulls over racing future after Ulster GP crash
Martin mulls over racing future after crash
- From the section Northern Ireland
Guy Martin is sure he will race again after his crash at this year's Ulster Grand Prix meeting, but is unsure which events he will do.
The Lincolnshire rider, 33, suffered fractures to his vertebrae, spine, ribs and a hand in the accident on 6 August, while leading the Dundrod 150 Superbike race.
He spent five days in hospital in Belfast following the crash but has since returned to work.
"Will I race all year or will I just do a couple of races? I don't know," Martin told BBC Sport Northern Ireland.
Martin hinted his other work commitments, as a truck fitter and television presenter, may now take precedence.