A BRIGHOUSE man's turmoil is set to continue indefinitely after he was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter.
Experienced motorbike racing events organiser Trevor Duckworth was the clerk of the course at a motorcycle sprint on the Isle of Man last August which ended in tragedy when a competitor died.
Mr Duckworth, 60, was arrested in early February and was due to answer his bail this week.
Police on the Isle Of Man have now released him from his bail - but told him the investigation will go on and they will contact him at some time.
Mr Duckworth said: "I just don't understand it at all and my solicitor is also perplexed.
"It's just left things open- ended, even though I've been released from my police bail. In a way I'm back to square one."
Mr Duckworth, who runs the Brighouse-based Straightliners Racing Club, will be organising sprint and drag races on the Isle Of Man this summer - but not the latest version of the one which led to the tragedy.
He has the support of the International Organisation of Professional Drivers, which oversees public safety and sets standards.
Its legal and technical director, Steve Murty,said the case could have serious implications for anyone who organises potentially risky events.
The man who died in the accident last August 31 was John Owen, 61, from Wales.