Lorenzo Somaschini has died, the junior Superbike rider was 9 years old. The accident in Interlagos was fatal

Lorenzo Somaschini has died, the junior Superbike rider was 9 years old. The accident in Interlagos was fatal
Lorenzo Somaschini has died, the junior Superbike rider was 9 years old. The accident in Interlagos was fatal

He did not make it Lorenzo Somaschini. The small Argentinian motorcyclist, 9 years old, has died following an accident that occurred last Friday on the circuit of Interlagos, in Sao Paulo. Somaschini lost control of the bike when Pinheirinho went out in qualifying Junior Cup, category of Superbike Brazil: in the terrible fall the baby pilot was hit violently his head on the asphalt.

Lorenzo has passed away after four days of agony. Tragic news that shocked the entire motorcycling world.

Here is the note issued by the championship organization: “SuperBike Brasil announces, with great sadness and regret, the death of the rider Lorenzo Somaschini. The Argentinian, born in Rosario, was hospitalized in intensive care unit of the Albert Einstein hospital and sadly he did not survive. The SuperBike Brasil organization has provided full assistance to the rider’s family since Friday, when the fall occurred during the first free practice session of the Junior Cup, valid for the fourth stage of the SuperBike Brasil. As soon as he fell at the exit of Pinheirinho, the rider was promptly rescued on site by the medical team in an ambulance. He was then taken to the medical center of the racetrack, where his clinical condition stabilized. After this procedure, transport to an advanced support unit at the Geral da Pedreira hospital, where Lorenzo remained until the early hours of Saturday until he was transferred to the Albert Einstein hospital. All members of the SuperBike Brasil team are shocked by the tragedy and express sincere condolences to all of Lorenzo’s family and friends.”

 
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