A few minutes ago, the world of MotoGP was completely mourned when the sad death of Jason dupasquier, the pilot of Moto3 who suffered a very serious accident this Saturday. The news did not seem the best after a first report from the medical services. The 19-year-old Swiss lost his life in his second season in the minor division.
Motorsport is the riskiest and in which the drivers risk their lives in each curve of the circuits, but that no one expects that he will get hurt. The Swiss driver had come out of the curve Arrabiata 2, but his motorcycle had a strong movement that made him go to the ground. Behind him came Jeremy Alcoba and the japanese Ayumu Susuki. The first of them was able to dodge it, but Susuki had no chance to do so.
The accident did not leave good impressions at first glance, and the fears were confirmed with the passing of the minutes. The helicopter of the medical services of the Mugello circuit quickly approached the sector of the curve, the pilot was treated for 30 minutes. After several hours without news, the chief medical officer of the International Motorcycle Federation, had confirmed that Dupasquier’s state of health was very serious.
After an accident of these characteristics, all the riders in the paddock had the image of Dupasquier in mind. From MotoGP riders, to those of Moto2, they spoke after the classification and sent their forces to Dupasquier. Sadly, the 19-year-old lost his life while racing the Moto3 race at the Mugello circuit.
The news was released by MotoGP social networks, after the race of the lowest category and in the previous one of the intermediate division. The pilots have not spoken so far, but the senior category is expected to pay tribute. Before the races, the team PrustelGP, where Dupasquier was running, he had decided not to go out on the track. For his part, the Swiss Moto2 rider, Thomas luthi, he also did not take the exit.
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