Hector Barbera takes former team to court over unpaid salary

 In MotoGP, News

The company Mevaelgas, owner of the sport rights and the image of MotoGP rider Hector Barbera, informed the press that “in the coming days we will file a civil lawsuit against Inertia and its representative, Jose Maria Tavira”.

The release goes on: “This lawsuit is based on the non-payment of Hector Barbera in a total of 100,000 Euros, corresponding to the salary of the Valencian rider for his participation in the 250cc world championship with the team Pepe Toth Aprilia. Barber started in the 2008 championship with this team in the 250cc class; in this season he achieved eight front row starts and four podium positions, finishing sixth in the final standings after a crash where he fractured three vertebrae. Until that moment he was fighting for a Top 3 position.”

“After Mevaelgas has tried repeatedly to settle this dept, with multiple verbal as well as written claims, the company now considers it necessary to file this claim against Inertia and Mr. Tavira, to protect the rights of Hector Barbera after he fulfilled all commitments that have been demanded from him in the contract with the Pepe Toth Aprilia Team.”

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