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Terrible news from England.

Four-time British motorcycle champion Keith Farmer has died aged just 35. This was announced by his brother David.

David Farmer on Facebook: “I’m at a loss for words, our little brother left us at 1.45am this morning (Friday, ed.) with all of us by his side. Life will never be the same again, he made us all so proud and we will miss him dearly.”

However, nothing is known about the exact cause of death.

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Farmer had retired from racing in September 2021 after battling an injury in the final years of his career.

The motorcycle champion then told the “News Letter” about his retirement: “I just have the feeling that the time has come now because the pleasure is no longer there and my body needs the chance to heal from the injuries, that I’ve had in recent years.”

In 2019, Keith Farmer was still driving for Team BMW Tyco

In 2019, Keith Farmer was still driving for Team BMW Tyco

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“I want to leave now when I can, rather than continue, and I want to spend more time with my family,” said Farmer, who is survived by his wife and three children.

Especially terrible: Just under a year ago, the racer had another child, which is one of the reasons why he withdrew from his racing career.

Meanwhile, his ex-team boss, Philip Neill, says goodbye to his former protégé and offers his condolences to the family. Neill: “We enjoyed many happy memories together both on a racing and personal level as Keith had remained a close friend of the team.”

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He continued: “His talent was undeniable and while he has had many successes I will always feel that we never really saw Keith’s full potential on a superbike – as he has so often been handicapped by injury or worse.”

Keith Farmer won the British Superstock 600 and Superstock 1000 superbike class championships in 2011, 2012, 2017 and 2018.