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MotoGP 'disappointed' paddock members broke COVID-19 bubble at Aragon

The International Race Teams' Association has issued a letter to the MotoGP paddock expressing its disappointment at several riders going home between the Aragon races and breaking the COVID-19 bubble. MotoGP has been operating tight COVID-19 prevention measures this season, which have included smaller paddock numbers, regular testing and a bubble system to stop interaction within the paddock. As part of its protocol for back-to-back races at the same circuit, Dorna asks all personnel to remain within the circuit/hotel bubble for the entirety of two events - with travel outside of this bubble only permitted "for important business reasons". But a number of riders travelled...
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