The prospect of negligence in Saturday’s accident involving other motorcycles and in which Jason Dubaskier died in the Moto3 Italian Grand Prix qualifier prompted a Florence prosecutor to open an investigation into the possible 19-year murder of the Swiss Portuguese. The old man, who was hit by a bicycle in the fraud involving Japanese Ayumu Sasaki and Spaniard Jeremy Alcoba.
The pilot was assisted for more than 30 minutes on the track before he was taken by helicopter to the hospital, where he will surrender after surgery. At Mogilo, news of the death came when his Moto3 teammates cut the finish line.
Moto2 and MotoGP races will also take place, without PrustelGP, the team racer, and compatriot Thomas Luthi (Kalex), who is retired. Before entering the first division into the ring, Miguel Oliveira was second, and silence had been achieved. However, they gave voice to different feelings yesterday.
“On the ninth floor, I only thought of him. Emotions are difficult to manage when walking at 340 km / hr and focus is needed. It’s tough, but it’s our job. I didn’t think not to run, I just wanted to win for Jason, ”defending world championship captain, Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), who went up to the podium covered in the Swiss flag and ran with his colleague’s name written on his helmet.
“If the MotoGP had died, we wouldn’t run. I think the situation was taken lightly,” Francesco Bagnaya (Ducati) was shot, recalling Marco Simoncelli’s death, at the 2011 Malaysian Grand Prix, in which the red flag was raised.
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