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Swiss Moto3 rider Jason Dupasquier, who suffered a serious crash in qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix at the Mugello circuit on Saturday, died on Sunday at the age of 19.

Jason Dupasquier crashed out of the Moto3 race on Saturday in the final moments of qualifying. According to footage showing only the end of the crash and statements from the other riders involved, Japanese rider Ayumu Sasaki and Spaniard Jeremy Alcoba, he was hit by at least one bike before sliding to the track unconscious.

After about 40 minutes of intervention by rescue workers, the 19-year-old Swiss rider, who had suffered polytrauma and was in a serious condition, was transferred by helicopter to the Careggi hospital in Florence.

The young man had undergone thoracic surgery during the night for a vascular lesion and serious brain damage.

The son of motocross and Supermotard rider Philippe Dupasquier, Jason made his World Championship debut in 2020 in the colours of the German team PrüstelGP, which races KTMs. In 2021, after five starts, he was 10th in the riders’ standings with 27 points.

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