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|11-12-2014, 04:40 AM||#1|
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Grand Prix Commision updates race regulations
THE Grand Prix Commision has changed race regulations for 2015 in a meeting at Valencia.
False starts will only result in penalties if Race Direction judges that an advantage has been gained by the rider.
Exceeding track limits will no longer automatically result in a drop of position for the rider. Instead, Race direction will determine the penalty.
In addition, riders may use machines from other disciplines such as supermoto when familiarising themselves with tracks.
The press release said:
'Sporting Regulations – Effective 2015
The details of the procedure for technical control of MotoGP class engines were confirmed. MotoGP class engines may be required to be dismantled for checking by the Technical Director. However, the team may then rebuild that engine, using new parts, and the engine may then be used for the balance of its normal life, determined as 3,600 km.'
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