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RIP KRYSTIAN REMPALA

Tarnow rider Krystian Rempala has died following the head injuries he suffered in Rybnik last Sunday.

28 / 05 / 2016, 23:16

Tarnow rider Krystian Rempala has died following the head injuries he suffered in Rybnik last Sunday.

The 18-year-old was taken to Jastrzebie-Zdroj hospital after an horrific crash, which saw him fall awkwardly following a collision with Rybnik's Kacper Woryna.

His helmet was ripped off in the impact and the fall left him with swelling and bleeding on the brain.

Despite undergoing surgery last Sunday, Rempala succumbed to his head injuries.

Son of former rider Jacek Rempala, and nephew of Grzegorz, Tomasz and Marcin, Krystian was also well on his way to becoming a star on the shale. He was already a European Junior Team Championship winner with Poland.

Everyone involved in the FIM Speedway Grand Prix series sends their deepest condolences to Krystian's family, friends and fans.

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