GP and TT racer Paul Smart, 78, killed in road traffic …

Paul Smart, one of Britain’s foremost motorcycle racing figures during the 1970s, has died following a road traffic accident at the age of 78.

Paul was riding his motorcycle between East Sussex and his home in Kent when he was involved in a collision that tragically claimed his life. An investigation is underway to determine the exact details of the incident.

With starts at both GP level and also on the Isle of Man TT, Smart became known for his versatility on a variety of motorcycles, competing across both short track and road races competitions for the majority of the decade.

Becoming a regular figure in numerous prestigious blue riband events, winning at the Manx Grand Prix and Race of the Year at Mallory Park, plus a stint competing in North America.

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