Deeply ill: Lorenzo Somaschini, a 9-year-old Argentine motorcyclist, dies

Deeply ill: Lorenzo Somaschini, a 9-year-old Argentine motorcyclist, dies

After suffering a serious accident during Friday’s test in São Paulo, SuperBike Brasil reported that Lolo died on Monday afternoon.

Lorenzo Somaschini, an Argentine motorcyclist who was only nine years old, died. (@superbikebrasil)

Tuesday morning the sad news of the death of Lorenzo Somaschini, the Argentine on a motorcycle just nine years who crashed on Friday in Brazil while taking part in a series of practice sessions on the way to the fourth stage of the Honda Junior 160 Cup within Interlagos Racecourse, in the city of San Pablo. After fighting for his life over the weekend, finally Grandfather did not put up a fight and died on Monday afternoon.

“SuperBike Brazil reports, with great sadness and pain, the death of driver Lorenzo Somaschini this Monday (6/17), at 7:43 pm The Argentine, born in Rosario, was admitted to the Albert Einstein Hospital, in San Pablo, under intensive medical care and, unfortunately, he did not fight.”SuperBike reported in an official statement via social networks. “All of the SuperBike Brazil team are shocked by the event and express their heartfelt condolences to all of Lorenzo’s family and friends,” they finished

Lorenzo Somaschini
Lorenzo Somaschini has loved motorcycles since he was two years old.

The accident occurred on Friday the 14th, on Lorenzo fell at the exit of Pinheirinho. He was quickly treated at the scene by the medical team in an ICU ambulance and sent to the emergency room of the circuit to stabilize his clinical status. After this He was transferred to Pedreira General Hospital spend the night and On Saturday he was sent to the Albert Einstein Hospital, where he unfortunately passed away two days later.

Going to Moto GP, Lolo Somaschini’s dream

Born on July 17, 2014 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Lorenzo Somaschini was linked to motorcycles from a young age. At the age of three, his father gave him a miniature and from then on he began to develop his talent for activity. “My father rode a motorcycle, when he was two years old he took me to Super and I started to like it. My dream is to go to MotoGP, to be world champion”he revealed to the media Nut Walk in mid-April, when it debuted at the Buenos Aires Superbike.

“One day my dad took me to the supermarket to fill up with gas, I can’t remember, but we rode a 125cc that belonged to my grandfather and I loved it. That’s when I got something I didn’t know. t know how to explain. I liked it a lot and it was good.. I started to be fascinated by motorcycles.also counted in The capital. Also after taking part in the San Nicolás test, he traveled to Brazil for his first international experience but an unfortunate accident ended his life.

Source: Tycsports

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