Hugo Millan Died: Everything You Need To Know

The 14-year-old Hugo Millán dies as a result of an accident in a talent race at the Motorland circuit.

The 14-year-old teenager fell off his motorcycle and was run over by another competitor during an FIM CEV Repsol race

The young man was run over by another competitor when he fell from the motorcycle and the medical services could not prevent the tragedy.

The world of motorcycling mourns one of its youngest representatives for an unfortunate accident. Hugo Millán , a 14-year-old rider, lost his life at the Aragonese Motorland circuit when he was run over by another rival after falling off his motorcycle in a FIM CEV Repsol race with the Valencian school Cuna de Campeones in the Hawkers European Talent Cup competition. . The medical services could not do anything to prevent his death either at the facilities on the track or at the Zaragoza military hospital to which he was transferred.

According to witnesses, Hugo Millán suffered a fall in a multiple accident on the fifth curve of the circuit . One of his adversaries could not avoid the young man and ran him over. Although the red flag was immediately issued and the medical team immediately went to treat him, I was unable to help him with his serious injuries. The Huelva pilot was transferred, first by ambulance and then by helicopter, but they could not avoid the tragic outcome.

“We are deeply saddened to report that Hugo Millán succumbed to his injuries after an accident in the HETC race . We send all our love and support to his family, team and loved ones. We will miss you, Hugo”, they have said from the FIM CEV Repsol , organizers of the test that was held this weekend at the Alcañiz facilities . The adolescent driver had been on the podium several times in these races .

“We deeply regret to communicate that Hugo Millán has left us . We will always remember you for your smile, your big heart and your professionalism . Rest in peace, Hugo. You will always be in our hearts and we will remember you like that, smiling, as always. We love you “, wrote in their social networks the Valencian school Cuna de Campeones based in the Ricardo Tormo circuit in which the young Hugo Millán was perfecting his way of riding.

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“Life is often very unfair! Rest in peace,” professional pilot Alex Márquez wrote on Twitter . “Today the results do not matter. DEP Hugo Millán. My condolences to family and friends,” wrote on Twitter the professional pilot Álvaro Bautista in a message that summarized the feeling of motorcycling.

“Hugo was joy, improvement, strength and goodness. It is very unfair that at only 14 years old he left , the only thing that comforts me is that he has been realizing his passion, motorcycling. A big hug to his family and friends”, Gabriel Ruiz, mayor of Huelva, the hometown of the young man who used to drive with number 44, recalled 

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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