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Young biker 'responding well' after Snetterton crash

Snetterton circuit in Norfolk. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A 13-year-old boy who was seriously injured after falling off his motorbike at Snetterton over the weekend is believed to be recovering well in hospital.

Caleb Smith from Solihull crashed while he was taking part in the KTM British Junior Cup Race yesterday.

He was placed in an induced come and was airlifted to Addenbrooke's Hospital.

The official British Superbikes Facebook page has since posted an update on his progress in which they said that his condition is looking more optimistic.

Caleb responded well overnight, he is off of ventilation and has said a few words and is responsive.

No surgical intervention has been deemed necessary and he is being transferred to a ward today.

Caleb will remain under observation and assessment and when appropriate will be transferred to a hospital closer to home.

– British Superbikes

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New Wimbledon champion Hewett still pinching himself

Norfolk tennis star Alfie Hewett has been talking to ITV's 'This Morning' about his historic win at Wimbledon over the weekend.

The 18-year-old from Norwich and his partner Gordon Reid came from a set down to beat their French opponents in the final of the men's wheelchair doubles on Saturday.

Hewett admits that he still can't believe what he's achieved.

Man due in court after Newmarket collision which left two footballers seriously injured

Shaun Whiter and Joey Abbs. Credit: Family photos

A man's due in court later after a collision in Newmarket which left two footballers seriously injured.

Shaun Whiter and Joey Abbs were hurt while they changed a tyre on Dullingham Road just over a week ago. Mr Whiter had both his legs amputated.

40-year-old Jan Adamec from Haverhill is charged with two counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. He's due to appear at Cambridge Magistrates' Court.

Hamilton thanks 'amazing' Mercedes team after Silverstone triumph

Hamilton has now won the British Grand Prix four times in his career. Credit: PA

Stevenage's Lewis Hamilton has thanked his fans after he won the fourth British Grand Prix of his career at Silverstone today.

The world champion was roared on by 130,000 supporters in Northamptonshire as he crossed the line ahead of Nico Rosberg.

Hamilton also tweeted his gratitude to his Mercedes team who he said had done an "amazing job".

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