Last weekend there was one of the most painful accidents in recent times in Moto3. The classification of the last or Saturday, Jason dupasquier, team driver PrustelGP, he lost his life in a very serious accident with Ayumu Susuki. The 19-year-old Swiss was one of the young promises of the motorcycle world championship, and fans expressed their sadness in the last hours.
Before the most important race on Sunday, the day that the death was confirmed, the PrustelGP team was present on the main straight of the circuit of Mugello. There, the entire organization and the MotoGP riders gave him a shocking minute of silence in memory of Dupasquier. After such a moving weekend, the leaders of the Moto3 team have already announced that they will not withdraw from the championship.
«We were looking forward to our home Grand Prix, full of excitement with our drivers Jason Dupasquier and the Japanese Ryusei Yamanaka. Now we have to go to Sachsenring (Germany) without Jason. But we want to honor Jason and run for him, “said the team boss, Florian prustel, to the American media Motorsport.com.
On the other hand, the boss of the team assured that Dupasquier was a pilot to be reckoned with in the championship. “This year he has shown a great improvement, being constantly in the points. We firmly believe that he was close to his first podium in the Moto3 World Championship. Now we want to travel this last path with him, “he added.
Despite the pain that the loss of a driver means, Prustel confirmed that it will continue to run the championship at least until the end of the season. “We can’t say today what will happen next, but one thing is for sure: we will continue for Jason. We are a family and Jason will remain in our hearts forever. Let’s stay together in this difficult time. We thank them with all our hearts for all their support and messages, “he said.
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