Rider, 14 years old, died in a crash during a Spanish motorcycle race


Madrid — A 14-year-old Spanish rider died in a motorcycle race in Spain on Sunday after being attacked by another rider, the organizers said.

Hugo Milan was turned over after getting off in the middle of the track on the second lap of the European Talent Cup race at the Motorland Aragon circuit.

Some riders were able to avoid Milan as Milan stood up at the exit of the turn and tried to get out of the way, but the organizers said that Oleg Pawelek on the fifth bike hit him directly. Told.

Milan, who started in 2nd place, remained stationary on the ground when other riders passed by. He avoided falling a few turns ago, but eventually lost control and fell while in the second position.

Pawelek was not seriously injured and left the course alone.

Milan was seen by a doctor for a few minutes before being taken to the truck hospital by ambulance. He was later taken by helicopter to another hospital.

“It’s very sad to report that Hugo Milan was injured after the crash at the HETC race,” the organizer said. FIMCEV Repsol said on Twitter..

Six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez was one of the top riders to react to Milan’s death.

“RIP, Hugo Millán,” Márquez said on Twitter. “I would like to extend my deepest condolences to his family, friends and team.”