The tragic death of an 8-year-old motorcyclist after a fall

The tragic death of an 8-year-old motorcyclist after a fall


The victim of a terrible accident in Italy, the hope of a motorcycle, Mathis Bellon, disappeared this Thursday, July 28. He was eight years old.

He was called Mathis Belon. 8 years old, originally from Reunion Island, had a great passion for motorcycles. Wearing number #38, he was riding for the team Race Experience in French Mini OGP 115 Championship, especially. But it was in Italy that his fate changed.

During the World Ducati Week (a big event organized by Ducati) at the Misano circuit in Italy, unfortunately he was the victim of a fatal accident on July 22. He was brought back to France in a very serious condition, unfortunately he did not survive his injuries and passed away on Thursday July 28.

“We will miss you, Mathis #38wrote his team on Facebook to pay tribute to him. We were lucky to include you in our school and we thank you for what you brought. You are an angel and you will join the best pilots out therewho will also teach you good things. we are proud of you. »

Tribute from the motorcycle world to Mathis Bellon

Honors have also increased on the side from the motorcycle world. His mentor, Sébastien Gimbert, three-time winner of the Bol d’Or and the 24 Hours of Le Mans (two major 24-hour motorcycle endurance races) expressed his pain.

“My champion, I am very sad, I still can’t believe ithe posted on Facebook. I was lucky to know you and share this love with you, we will miss you so much with your joy and good sense of humor. »

Karine Lebon, Member of Parliament for the second constituency of Réunion, also explained his “sadness” are faced with this information. “I would like to send my condolences to the family and their loved ones due to this grave tragedy”, he wrote on Twitter.

To his loved ones, Hot Hot he offers his condolences.

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