A track commissor dies after suffering a stroke during the first practice sessions of the MotoGP GP in France

The organization of the Grand Prix of France of MotoGP (ACO, Automobile Club de l'Ouest) confirmed the death of a track commissar, Jean-Paul Plée, during the first free practice session of the French Grand Prix of MtoGP to the Bugatti circuit of Le Mans.

Jean-Paul Plée, 58, and a track commissar in these facilities since 2002, has died as a result of an infarct despite the rapid response of the circuit emergency and intensive care teams to which he has He was subjected to the medical center, where his death certificate was certified.

The Automobile Club of Ouest has transferred his condolences to the family and loved ones of Jean-Paul Plée, and his president, Pierre Fillon, said on behalf of everyone who was "shocked and saddened by the devastating news of the death of Jean-Paul, a good example of the volunteer team of the circuit ". "The warmest thoughts are with the family and loved ones of Jean-Paul and can count on our total support at this time of deep sadness," he said.

Dorna, promoter of the race, the French Federation of Motorcycling and ACO will pay homage to Plée in this Grand Prix of France of MotoGP.

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