Sam Clews Obituary, Death – A motorcyclist who died following a crash during a race at a Norfolk circuit has been named. Sam Clews, of Staffordshire, died during a Classic Racing Motorcycle Club meeting on Sunday, July 2. The incident happened at the start of the Lansdowne Classic Series race at Snetterton and involved several riders,
some of whom were seriously injured. The 32-year-old’s long-term friend, Terry Griffiths, identified the body at the racing circuit on Harling Road, off the A11, to officers from Norfolk police. Another of the injured riders was taken to hospital. Mr Clews’ stepmother confirmed that Sam David Clews was born on November 4, 1990, in Stoke-on-Trent.He
was a business owner and lived at Sneyd Avenue in Newcastle-under-Lyme. An inquest into his death was opened on Tuesday, July 11, at Norfolk Coroner’s Court, County Hall, Norwich. It was led by area coroner from Norfolk, Yvonne Blake, who confirmed that the medical cause of death was given as “multiple traumatic injuries due to or as a consequence of a motorcycle collision”.