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Dr John Hinds, 35, an anesthetist at Craigavon Hospital in Co Armagh, died at Beaumont Hospital on 4 July 2015 following a road crash in Skerries, Co Dublin.
The incident happened as Dr Hinds followed race contenders during a practice session for the Skerries 100 the previous day.
At a short inquest hearing into his death at Dublin Coroner's Court, counsel for the Hinds family Alan Keating said safety documentation provided to date did not amount to a race risk assessment.
Mr Keating said the documentation provided amounted to an "event medical plan" but not a risk assessment, which should document identified risks associated with the course and how to deal with these risks.
Previously, Mr Keating raised concerns about a road closure order issued by Fingal County Council in relation to the race.
Gardaí are attempting to obtain YouTube footage taken at the event that may help them with their investigation.
It is understood the video footage was recorded by a spectator and posted to Facebook. Gardaí are trying to identify the poster in order to view the footage, the court heard.
Dr Hinds from Co Down was a volunteer for the Motorcycle Union of Ireland providing rapid response medical aid at road race meetings north and south of the border.
A post-mortem carrried out by Professor Mary Leader at Beaumount Hospital found that he died as a result of multiple traumatic injuries.
The inquest was adjourned for a full hearing scheduled to take place on 18 October.