Posted On : 26 Jul, 2021
Hugo Millan, a 14-year-old motor biker, has expired after booming at a competition in Alcaniz, Spain. The juvenile was involved in a deadly collision at the MotorLand Aragon. The Spaniard was given a first aid at the scene before being airlifted to hospital, where he then departed. Cuna de Campeones, the riding institute where he trained, paid honor to him on Twitter, posting that: "We will always remember you for your smile, your big heart and your professionalism."
MotoGP penned they "send all their love and support to his family, friends and team".
Six-time MotoGP world champion, Marc Marquez presents his "sincere condolences" to the close ones of Millan in a post on Twitter, as others associated to the sport also paid their condolences.
FIM CEV Repsol voiced that “We are deeply saddened to report that Hugo Millán succumbed to his injuries after a crash in the HETC race. We send all our love and support to his family, team and loved ones. We will miss you Hugo”.
Millan was contending in the European Talent Cup, a group of the FIM CEV Repsol which is a universal championship for young riders aiming to make it into the professional course.
He bags four stage finishes and two pole places in his debut campaign.