Jason Dupasquier Biography

The whole world is mourning the death of talented Swedish motorcycle racer, Jason Dupasquier. He was a multiple-time Swiss national champion and his father is a former motocross rider Phillipe Dupasquier. He made a successful switch to circuit racing in 2016 at ADAC NEC championship Moto3 crown. Then he moved to the junior world championship in the year 2017. He is supposed to ride again for the PrustelGP squad in 2021.

Early life

Jason was born in Friborg (Switzerland) on 7th September 2001. His father was a successful ex-motocross pilot. He uses the bike Moto3-KTM for races. It seems that Jason followed in his father’s footsteps. Information about his mother is not mentioned anywhere. He completed his school and high school from C.O. de la Gruyere Bulle.

Jason Dupasquier Career

Jason started his career at a very young age under the mentorship of Thomas Luthi. In 2010 he participated third FMS Swiss Championship Kids 65 cc/first SAM Swiss Supermoto Championship 65 cc. After that, he participated in the first FMS Swiss Supermoto Championship 65 cc/first SAM Swiss Supermoto Championship 65 cc in 2011. In 2012 he participated first FMS Swiss Supermoto Championship 65 cc. And In 2014 first FMS Swiss Supermoto Championship 85 cc.

Then in 2015 fifth ADAC Junior Cup Championship/fourth FMS Swiss Supermoto Youngster Championship 125 cc. Then in 2016 at the first ADAC NEC Championship Moto3. At 30th CEV FIM World Championship Junior Moto3/second Swiss Supermoto Championship Challenger in 2017. He participated in the 2018 FIM CEV Repsol Moto3 Championship, harmed. He competed in the red bull rookies club in the year 2019. Then in the 2021 Moto3 World Championship and 2020 Moto3 World Championship.

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Cause of Death

Jason died at the age of 19 in a horrifying crash for qualifying in the Mugello Grand prix. As soon as he crashed onboard doctors attended to him for 40 minutes and then he was taken to Careggi hospital in Florence through airplane for hemopneumothorax in the lung. He had brain injuries and went into thoracic surgery due to vascular injuries. Jason lost the balance of his bike and came in way of Japanese rider Ayumu Sasaki. This happened between turn 9 and turn 10. He started the race impressively by gaining points and staying in the top ten contestants. Jeremy Alcoba also got involved in aftermath of the crash although Moto GP confirmed that both were fine. Everyone expressed their condolences to his family, friends, team members, and fans.

Jason Dupasquier Biography

Real Name Jason Dupasquier
Birth Date 7 September 2001
Age (as of 2021) 19 Years
Birth Place Friborg, Switzerland
Nationality Swiss
Profession Motorcycle Racer
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Virgo

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 58 kg  –  in Pounds –  127 lbs
Chest Size 36 inches
Waist Size 31 inches
Biceps Size 14.5 inches
Shoe Size 8 (U.S.)
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Type Slim

Family

Father Philippe Dupasquier
Mother Not Known
Sister Not Known
Brother Not Known

Qualification/Education

School Not Known
College Not Known

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Affair No
Is he a Gay? No
Girlfriend? None
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Personal life

Jason never disclosed anything about his girlfriends or personal life. He had a passion for his work and both his parents supported him. Jason was too hardworking and always focused on his career instead of other things.

Jason Dupasquier Net worth

As of 2021 net worth of Jason Dupasquier is $2million. The main source of his income is racing other than that no specific information is provided about his fortune.

Trivia

  • Jason Dupasquier has effectively acquired experience with the CEV Moto3 Junior World Championships and the ADAC Northern Europe Cup
  • Jason doesn’t have information on Wikipedia as had just began his career and is pretty young.
  • Other than racing Jason liked playing Squash and ice hockey.
  • He represents PrustelGP for various races from a very young age.

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