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Quartararo loses appeal, misses start of FP1

Fabio Quartararo has lost his appeal against a 20-minute suspension for the start of tomorrow's opening Free Practice at the Spanish MotoGP. The French ace was handed the penalty for breaching MotoGP's rules on training with modified production bikes, during a recent outing at Paul Ricard. While it is not known precisely which part of the regulations Quartararo was judged to have broken, it is thought that the R1 Superbike contained modifications beyond those allowed in the MotoGP rules. FIM Statement: The appeal is lodged against the decision of the FIM MotoGP Stewards of July 15th 2020, notified to the team, of rider Mr. Fabio Quartararo on July 15th 2020 at 11h55, according to which,...
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