MotoGP » FIM reveals further regulation revisions


FIM announces a handful of revisions to testing regulations and the medical code ahead of the 2010 MotoGP World Championship season

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Jon

January 08, 2010 3:41 PM

Surely Wingsnbeer is right?

It said 'contracted riders using bikes eligible for Moto GP'.

So taking that to the letter, a contracted rider could use any bike which is ineligible?

But then if so, why not make it 1kg less or just fit a bigger tank?

Surely there is more to it than that?

But they can't ban riders from testing full-stop as that would apply to motocross or anything else.

Tricky...

CarbonFiber

January 08, 2010 6:49 PM

Notice there are no more DETAILS on the future equipment (1000's). Why did they bother with this meeting? Most of what was written/discussed is redundant to us! Testing/Medical stuff could be established via e-mail. Give us new info on the technical stuff plz.

wosideg - Unregistered

January 08, 2010 9:19 PM

While they've been toasting Xmas and the New Year, a small mutual c0ckrubbing session has taken place..these revisions are piffle next to the answers we're really waiting for..the detail on 2012.
1000cc, 4 cylinders and 81mm bore is a start and...
If they get it wrong this time Motogp RIP may well get his wish..

Motopg RIP - Unregistered

January 08, 2010 10:14 PM

Wosideg

That is not my wish, just my guess for the next 3 shoes to drop and a collapse into the combination of the 2 world titles.

BTW I mispelled my phony name to indicate the new baby coming.

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