Dupasquier died on the age of simply 19 following accidents he sustained in a horror accident throughout qualifying in Mugello, Italy on Saturday.
The promising younger Swiss rider was hit by one other bike after falling from his personal.
Dupasquier was handled by medics on the circuit earlier than he was airlifted to the Careggi Hospital in Florence, 25 miles outdoors of Mugello.
“Following a critical incident within the Moto3 qualifying two session on the Gran Premio d’Italia Oakley, it’s with nice unhappiness that we report the passing of Moto3 rider Jason Dupasquier,” MotoGP mentioned in a press release on Sunday morning.
“Dupasquier was concerned in a multi-rider incident between turns 9 and 10, with the session red-flagged thereafter.
“FIM medical intervention autos arrived on the web site instantly and the Swiss rider was attended to on monitor earlier than being transferred by medical helicopter, in a steady state, to Careggi Hospital in Florence.
“Regardless of one of the best efforts of circuit medical employees and all these subsequently attending to the Swiss rider, the hospital has introduced that Dupasquier has sadly succumbed to his accidents.”
The world of motorsport responded to the information with tributes. Components One tweeted: “No phrases can ever describe the ache of such a loss. Our ideas are with Jason’s household, mates and your complete MotoGP group.”
British F1 driver George Russell, 23, posted: “Motorsport may be so merciless. Pondering of the household and mates of Jason Dupasquier and everybody within the MotoGP paddock. Trip in peace, Jason.”
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, who secured pole place finally weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix, additionally paid tribute, tweeting: “Relaxation in peace, Jason.”
Three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo wrote: “My deepest condolences to Jason Dupasquier’s household, mates and workforce.”
Dupasquier’s workforce, Prustel GP, didn’t participate in Sunday’s race, whereas his fellow Swiss rider Tom Luthi pulled out of the Moto2 contest.
The Swiss teenager was in his second season in MotoGP’s light-weight class and was within the prime 10 within the total standings heading into the weekend.
The MotoGP grid staged a one-minute silence forward of Sunday’s 23-lap race, which was gained by world championship chief Fabio Quartararo.
Following his victory, the French rider stopped on the scene of Dupasquier’s accident earlier than pointing to the sky. He then waved a Swiss flag on the rostrum in Dupasquier’s honour.
“It was powerful as a result of once you do the one-minute silence, the emotion is coming actually fast and it’s tough to remain centered,” mentioned Quartararo, 22, following his third victory of the season.
“We obtained the win and that one was for Jason and his household.”
Extra reporting by PA.