Five spectators hurt during Friday's Senior TT race have sustained serious injuries and have been kept in Noble's Hospital.
In total there were 10 spectators taken to hospital following the incident on Bray Hill but five were released later that afternoon.
All five have limb injuries, four of which have been described as 'serious' but all patients are reported to be in a stable condition
The rider, Jonanthan Howarth from Barnsley in Yorkshire, has also been discharged from hospital.
All of the injured spectators who were taken to hospital were visitors to the Isle of Man.
Howarth lost control of his motorbike on the first lap and crash at almost 170mph. The race was red-flagged immediately and eventually restarted more than three hours later.