A rider and six spectators have been injured in a crash in the Isle of Man, just 24 hours after three people died in a similar incident on the island.
Three people died during racing on the Isle of Man on Friday
Rider Carl Roberts and three spectators have been discharged from hospital following the incident during the Southern 100 road races on Saturday.
Two spectators were treated at the scene while one remains in hospital in a comfortable condition.
A rider and two spectators died in a crash at the TT event on Friday.
TT newcomer Ramsbotham, 34, from Wymondham in Norfolk, England, was killed instantly in the incident during the Senior race.
Mr Jacob, 33, of Kidderminster in England and Mr Kenzig, 52, from Queensland in Australia also died in the accident.
Two marshals were injured, one critically, in the crash.
Hillary Beryl Musson, 60, is described as critical while Janice Ann Philips is stable in hospital - both marshals are from the Isle of Man.
The Southern 100 Motor Cycle Racing Club Limited will be holding an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident, which happened at the Cross Four Ways section of the course.
The Southern 100 races are held on a different circuit from the Isle of Man TT, which finished on Friday.