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Jason Dupasquier was 10th this season with 27 points.
19-year-old Moto 3 racer Jason Dupasquier from Switzerland has died in an Italian Grand Prix qualifying motorcycle race. Moto GP gave this information on Sunday. Jason had lost his balance in the qualifying race on Saturday. After this the second racer hit him. He was treated on the circuit for about 40 minutes. He was then airlifted to the hospital. Their lives could not be saved there.
Jason was airlifted to the hospital, but could not be saved.
Difficult to save due to brain injury
The doctors who treated Jason reported that he had severe brain injury. Despite many attempts, he could not be saved. Apart from this, surgery was also done on his chest. His team Pruestal GP has already pulled out of the race on Sunday. Moto 2 racer Tom Luthy also withdrew from Sunday’s race. They are with Jason’s family in difficult times.
Two more racers crashed, both safe
Ayumu Sasaki of Japan and Jeremy Alcoba of Spain also succumbed to the accident. They are both safe. Jessar finished 28th in Moto 3 racing last season with no points. He was 10th with 27 points after 5 races this season.
The last racer died in 2016
The last time a racer died was in 2016 at the Motorcycle World Championships. Then Spain’s Louise Salome was injured during practice and her life could not be saved. He was injured during the practice of Catalonia Moto 2 Grand Prix race in Barcelona.