Bagnaia: MotoGP shouldn’t have raced after Dupasquier death

The Swiss 19-year-old Dupasquier tragically died from injuries sustained in a horror qualifying crash on Saturday at Mugello, with the FIM announcing his passing just before Sunday’s Moto2 race.
A moment of silence was held on the grid ahead of the MotoGP race, but track action in Moto2 and MotoGP carried on as normal.
Bagnaia, who led for the first lap before crashing out on the second …Keep reading

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