Jakarta, CNN Indonesia –
Fellow racers from the event MotoGP and Formula 1 also conveyed a sense of condolence over the death of the MotoGP racer Jason Dupasquier.
The remarks came from MotoGP riders such as Fabio Quartararo, Joan Mir, and Miguel Oliviera who rose to the podium in the Italian MotoGP. Do not miss the Ducati racer, Jack Miller, who also felt lost with the departure of Dupasquier.
Miller conveyed the remarks through his Twitter account. “Rest in peace Jason, all my thoughts are on my family and team,” wrote Miller.
Condolences also came from the two F1 drivers who played for Ferrari, Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Jr. The two riders also felt lost for Dupasquier’s departure due to a tragic accident.
“It’s sad to read it. Rest in peace, champion,” chirped Sainz.
“Rest in peace Jason,” Leclerc said with the emoticon of a folded hand and a heart.
Dupasquier died after being declared critical and receiving treatment at a hospital in Florence, Italy. He had to be taken by air ambulance after having a terrible accident in the Italian Moto3 qualifier on Saturday (29/5).
In a video circulating on Twitter, Duspaquier first fell because of the downside at the ninth corner of the Mugello Circuit. A moment later, Sasaki who was speeding up hit Duspaquier.
Dupasquier continues to be in critical condition after the fatal accident while receiving treatment in hospital. On Sunday afternoon, the official MotoGP Twitter account, reported that Dupasquier had passed away.
(jal / nva)