MotoGP riders erupted in anger after racing after Dupasquier’s death: “I feel dirty”


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It was the saddest Sunday of the season, and of the last years in the championship of MotoGP. After the accident on Saturday, in which Dupasquier lost his life after an operation, the pilots of the premier class had to put on their helmets and hit the track. However, many did not shut up once the race was over: “I feel dirty,” he said. Danilo Petrucci.

Many pilots of the World Championship came out to criticize the organization of the category, since they understood that it was prudent to consider the possibility of not running the race this Sunday, after the news of the death of Jason dupasquier. Some of the biggest stars in the paddock raised their voices in protest of what happened at the Mugello circuit. «I feel dirty thinking that we have raced on the same track where a 19-year-old boy died yesterday. I do not consider it something normal, “he shot Petrucci.

“Without words”: Messages from the motor world after the death of Jason Dupasquier

Mir

The last world champion, Joan Mir, was one of those who first spoke after Dupasquier’s death. The Spaniard assured that it was difficult to get back on track, after such news. “It is very difficult for everyone to put on a helmet today, I don’t think anyone was amused by running today. It is what nobody wants to happen, and when these things happen you realize that there is risk here and that we have to be responsible, “said Mir.

Aleix Espargaró

Aleix Espargaró, pilot of Aprilia, was one of those who was visibly moved by the death of Dupasquier and another of the critics for having raced on Sunday. «My brain tries to assimilate how, after a minute of silence where I couldn’t hold back my tears, how do we go for a run. It is very difficult. He was a child, that everything happens so fast is very difficult to digest, “the Spaniard told DAZN.

Bagnaia

Francesco Bagnaia, pilot of Ducati, was the one who launched the strongest criticisms against the organization, assuring that «Today is the worst day of my life, there is nothing that I have liked. I asked not to race because it was not right for me to do so, if the same thing had happened to a MotoGP rider, we would not have raced. I’m not happy with someone’s decision to let us run. I think some things are taken too lightly, it’s not pretty and it’s disrespectful, ”said ‘Pecco’.

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