Stephen Thompson vows to make racing comeback

Crumlin rider Stephen Thompson says he is determined to race again despite losing an arm following a crash at this year's North West 200.

Thompson, 38, had an arm amputated two months after the accident, in which he also suffered a collapsed lung, bleeding on the brain and multiple fractures.

He hopes to have a prosthetic arm fitted to allow him to make a comeback to road and circuit racing.