Update Jason Dupasquier Has a Serious Accident During Qualifying Moto3 Italy: In Serious Condition in Hospital

There was a terrible accident during the Italian Moto3 qualifying session at the Mugello Circuit, Saturday (29/05/2021) afternoon WIB.

This terrible accident involved three racers at once, namely Ayumu Sasaki, Jeremy Alcoba, and Jason Dupasquier at Turn 9. The last name received the most severe effects from the above incident.

Citing the Speedweek site which received information from the MotoGP Doctor, Dr. Angel Charte mentioned that Jason Dupasquier’s head was hit by Ayumu Sasaki’s motorbike, who couldn’t escape.

As a result of the accident experienced by Jason Dupasquier, the red flag had flown at the same time ending the Italian Moto3 qualification and postponing a few minutes of the Italian MotoGP FP4 event.

Because the 19-year-old racer received medical care directly on the track. In his official statement, the FIM (International Motorcycle Federation) Medical Officer Giancarlo at Filippo said that Jason Dupasquier had been flown to the hospital to undergo further action.

Then Giancarlo at Filippo confirmed Jason Dupasquier was in serious condition. Come on, scroll down to read the complete comments from the FIM Medical Officer representative.

Comments from FIM Medical Officer, Giancarlo at Filippo
Racer (with a motor number) # 50 Jason Dupasquier was involved in a very serious accident in Qualifying 2 (Q2) Moto3,” Di Filippo opened his comments.

After that, he has transferred in a hemodynamically stable (stable heart or blood circulation) manner to a hospital in Florence.”

The racers are down concerned about the incident experienced by Jason Dupasquier. Like Fabio Quartararo, who presented the Italian MotoGP pole position for the recovery of the Swiss racer.

Jason Dupasquier airlifted to hospital after Moto3 crash in Italy

Dupasquier appeared to fall and was then hit by his motorbike and that of Sasaki, and a visibly shocked Alcoba later said on television that he thought he had also gone over the Swiss rider’s legs.

There was no official confirmation on Dupasquier’s condition.

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