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FIM MotoGP stewards investigating breach of testing rules

Several MotoGP riders could be facing an investigation into breaking testing rules, according to a statement released by the sport's governing body, FIM. The brief statement fails to give much detail, failing to refer to any specific riders, teams or classes, only confirming the investigation relates to 'the type of machines permitted for rider training'. This suggest some riders may have used training bikes that are too similar to their MotoGP machinery, which could be considered illegal private testing. 'The FIM MotoGP Stewards have been advised of possible breaches of the FIM Grand Prix Regulations covering practice and testing, specifically Article 1.15.1. c) Rider Training and Track,...
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