Roger and Bradley Stockton, father and son, were killed in a crash at the Isle of Man TT, according to organizers.
The collision at Ago’s Leap during the second lap of the second sidecar race on Friday claimed the lives of the two Crewe residents.
Bradley, 21, was a first-time competitor, while his father Roger, 56, had last competed in the TT in 2017.
This year’s event has already claimed the lives of five cyclists.
Organizers said in a statement that they could confirm both racers were “killed in an incident on the second and last lap of the second sidecar race” with “great grief.”
“The Isle of Man TT Races express their heartfelt condolences to Roger and Bradley’s families, loved ones, and friends,” the statement continued.
On Monday, the pair finished eighth in the inaugural sidecar race of the 2022 event.
Following the incident, the remainder of the day’s race was canceled due to deteriorating weather conditions, according to organizers.
The six-lap Senior TT will now take place on Saturday at 11:00 BST.
At the 2022 TT, which resumed after a two-year absence due to the Covid-19 outbreak, three more competitors died.
Cesar Chanal, a sidecar driver, died in a crash on the opening lap of the inaugural sidecar race on Saturday, while Northern Ireland’s Davy Morgan died in the Supersport race on Monday, and Welsh rider Mark Purslow died in qualification last week.