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Lascorz condition remains unconfirmed

Joan Lascorz is transferred to Barcelona as the full extent of the injuries he sustained in an accident on Monday are yet to be confirmed.
The condition of Kawasaki Racing rider Joan Lascorz remains unconfirmed as doctors wait to conduct further tests to determine the full extent of his injuries.

The 27-year-old underwent surgery on Monday evening to correct the displacement of the vertebra that caused 'elongation' of the spine, but the team has not issued an official update on his condition since then.

Lascorz has now been transferred from Bologna to Barcelona in his native Spain, where he remains sedated. Due to the sedation, a full review of his injuries is not expected for a further 48 hours.

Crash.net will update on Lascorz's condition when further official statements are released.


Tagged as: Kawasaki , Joan Lascorz

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MM - Unregistered

April 04, 2012 11:35 AM

I'd like to think that the disagree to AG's comment was accidental. It seems that a few friends and relatives of some riders do actually visit this site, though I'd avoid it myself if I were racing, such is the disrespect shown sometimes. On another site, somebody said that after Simoncelli's accident, they no longer went to track days as it had taken away their enjoyment. He wasn't a personal friend or even acquaitance of Sic, unlike Rossi, who was involved in that crash in the worst way immaginable. Yet he's still riding and giving it his best. I don't know Lascorz but I feel he's part of the same tribe of those passionate about bike racing. I fear for the devastating effect on his life if things turn out for the worst, so I really can't understand that disagree.

MM - Unregistered

April 04, 2012 9:48 AM

Really hoping for good news and that the worst case scenario remains just that, a theoretical possibility.



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