The world of motorcycling is in mourning for the death of the young Japanese pilot Haruki Noguchiwho died on August 16, 2023 at the age of 22 due to injuries sustained in an accident during the race corresponding to the Asian Superbike that was disputed in the circuit of Mankalika (Indonesia).
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the corridor of HARC Pro He was going through lap 10, when he fell from his motorcycle when he collided with the Malaysian pilot Zazhwan Zaidithe fatal injuries, however, were inadvertently caused by kasma danielwhich came from behind and could not dodge it.
The race was stopped automatically and the medical personnel went to the place to attend to the Japanese from the beginning inside the circuit and then transfer him to the Nusa Tenggara Barat Hospitalin which two days later they ended up announcing the tragic news.
“Despite the best efforts of the medical staff, Haruki sadly succumbed to his injuries on August 16.”, lamented the leaders of the Asian championship through a statement in which they offered their condolences to the relatives of the pilot: “FIM Asia, Two Wheels Motor Racing and everyone involved in the Asia Road Racing Championship send our deepest condolences to Haruk’s family, friends and loved ones.Yo”.
Haruki Noguchi he was a young pilot with a great future ahead of him. His death is a great loss to the motorcycling world. Rest in peace, Haruki.