Fans are still laying flowers. There are pictures of the crashed pilot Jason Dupasquier, who was buried in Switzerland last week, on the road at Sachsenring. The Saxon motorcycle racing team PrüstelGP mourns.
Team boss Florian Prüstel (32): “It’s a difficult situation when half the pit is empty when mechanics have no work. But racing is tough. We look ahead and want to have a big race in honor of Jason. “
At the home GP on the weekend at the Sachsenring, Prüstel is going into the Moto3 race with a driver.
The team boss: “We are in contact with the world association and with candidates. It is important for us that we have drivers who can make it into the points. “
After Dupasquier’s death in an accident, his teammate should now Ryusei Yamanaka (19) get the points. The Japanese took a break in Barcelona. Now he wants to drive successfully for his friend. Prüstel: “Of course it’s a matter of the head. But he has what it takes. “
Nobody thought of giving up at PrüstelGP. Prüstel: “Of course you think about why it hits you. But accidents are a reality. We feel comfortable in Moto3. This is our class. And we want to be a strong team in the future too. “