Jason Dupasquier, the Swiss Motorcyclist Dies at 19 After a Horrific Crash

Motorcyclist Jason Dupasquier met with a terrible crash at the Italian Grand Prix’s qualifying session at Mugello Circuit on Saturday. Unfortunately, he did not survive. Jason was only 19 years old.

The young motorcyclist became the victim of the multicar smash with Jeremy Alcoba and Ayumu Sasaki. Sasaki’s motorbike hit Jason’s ride, and Alcoba drove over Jason’s legs.

Jason Dupasquier lost his life even after best medical efforts

MotoGP said that they immediately airlifted Jason Dupasquier with a helicopter to the medical facility of Careggi Hospital, Florence. The medical team had put their best efforts into treating him. However, his injuries were so severe that he lost his life at a very young age. They announced a red flag for the session after the crash.

They sent their condolences to his family, friends, and his team. In addition, MotoGP wrote on their social media platform that they would miss Jason very much and wished that he rides in peace in another world.

Jorge Lorenzo, the three MotoGP title achiever, expressed his condolences to the young Swiss rider’s family and friends.

Jason Dupasquier won the Supermoto national championship of Switzerland multiple times. MotoGP said that the rider made the transition into the circuit during 2016.

It is his second time participating in the lightweight class of MotoGP. Jason was in the 10th position on the list of world champions before the Grand Prix, Italy.

Grand Prix paid last respect to Jason. Further, the winner Fabio Quartararo dedicated his win to the late rider.

The Sunday session of the Grand Prix started with paying respect to the rider as everyone stood silently for a moment.

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Several other riders paid their respect to Jason. Fabio Quartararo, the Prix winner, also dedicated his win to his beloved friend and sent his condolences to his family.


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