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Hector Barbera confirmed with fractured collarbone, Australian GP in doubt

Hector Barbera’s Motegi race ended on lap 2 at turn 12 when he lost the front of his Aspar Mapfre Ducati and crashed.
Unfortunately the Spaniard has been diagnosed with fractured right collarbone, which puts his partecipation at Phillip Island in two weeks time now in doubt.

As the rider lost consciousness following the crash, the circuit doctors decided to airlift him to the Dokkyo hospital in Mibu, where a CAT scan confirmed that his collarbone was fractured.

Barbera will be required to a stay in the hospital between 24 and 48 hours.

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