The Italian Grand Prix arrived with all the joy that characterizes the circuit of Mugello. However, everything went dark in the qualifying session of Moto3, the smallest of the categories of the Motorcycle World Championship. Jason dupasquier, a 19-year-old Swiss pilot, suffered a chilling accident that left him seriously injured and must undergo surgery for cerebral edema.
The curve Arrabiata 2 was the place where Jeremy Alcoba, Ayumu Sasaki and Jason Dupasquier ptragonized the most shocking moment of the last years of MotoGP. At the exit of the curve, the Swiss crashed after his motorcycle made a bad move. Alcoba was able to dodge it, although it fell a few meters later. However, the Japanese couldn’t help it.
The Japanese was catapulted when he hit Dupasquier’s motorcycle, and went headlong to the ground. Sasaki and Alcoba were able to reach the box without physical problems, but Dupasquier had to be treated ‘in situ’ by the circuit’s medical services. The attention on the runway lasted half an hour, until a helicopter arrived that took him to the hospital in Florence.
Jason Dupasquier will have to undergo surgery at the Hospital after the crash. According to the EFE media, he will undergo neurosurgery as a result of cerebral edema. In addition, the Swiss was also reported to have a severe chest contusion. The news is not the best, but the paddock riders have already sent their forces to Dupasquier.
The state of health of the young 19-year-old pilot keeps everyone in suspense. The family of Fausto Gresini I had planned to do a tribute, since the home race is running. However, pending news, this was canceled. Also, after getting the MotoGP pole, Fabio Quartararo He also sent his forces and the desire for speedy recovery for the Swiss.
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