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The motorcycle world is in mourning: Spanish top talent dies in races in Jerez

2021-09-27T06:50:00.705Z

Motorcycle racing has claimed another victim: the Spanish top talent Dean Berta Vinales was killed in a tragic accident on the Jerez track.



Motorcycle racing has claimed another victim: the Spanish top talent Dean Berta Vinales was killed in a tragic accident on the Jerez track.

Jerez de la Frontera - The Superbike World Championship bears mourning: During the Supersport 300 World Championship race in Jerez, Spain, the pupil of a well-known racing family died.

Dean Berta Vinales lost his life on Saturday afternoon after a serious accident as a result of a mass fall.

The cousin of MotoGP rider Maverick Vinales was run over by several riders after the incident on the track and succumbed to serious injuries to his head and upper body.

"We are sad to have to announce the death of Dean Berta Vinales," said the organizers of the Superbike World Championship on social channels.

All other competitions that day were canceled after the drama about Vinales.

Dean Berta Vinales: Motorcycle racer loses his life after a mass crash

Physicians who were on the move treated the motorcycle racer on the track, but were ultimately unable to save the 15-year-old due to the head injuries he had suffered.

The case is reminiscent of an accident also in Jerez - two years earlier and in the same racing series.

A Yamaha Racing project manager said that motorcycle racing has lost a top talent with potential to become a title contender: "We are all aware of the risks of motorcycle racing, but that doesn't make it any easier when the sport demands a life like it has happened today." , says Andrea Dosoli.

"The latest results show that he was a future star in his class."

Reaction to the death of Dean Berta Vinales: Yamaha mourns the loss of "future star" #WSBK #SBK https://t.co/RKGMVAO73W pic.twitter.com/QYS2mh1wXg

- Motorsport-Total.com (@MST_Motorrad) September 25, 2021

The teenager started for the Yamaha team under Angel Vinales, the father of MotoGP rider Maverick.

A few weeks ago, the New Zealand sports world had sad news: a female Olympic star died at the age of 24.

(PF / dpa)

Source: merkur

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