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Hector Barbera fractures collarbone in Japanese Grand Prix fall

Hector Barbera has been diagnosed with a fractured right collarbone after his crash in the Japanese Grand Prix.

The Aspar Ducati rider fell at Turn 12 on the second lap of the race and had a heavy impact with the ground.

He lost consciousness for a while and was airlifted to Dokkyo Hospital in Mibu, where he was diagnosed with the collarbone injury.

Barbera is expected to stay in hospital for a further 24 to 48 hours.

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