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The examples of cheating being given are not world class events. Of course you had 350cc engines in the 250 class a club level. Other dodgy practices went on all the time in lesser scrutinized events. But we are talking about MotoGP and Moto2. Please give me an example of somebody even being accused of cheating and then the scrutineers not giving the OK at world level. I bet not a single "expert" on here can quote one in the history of the World Championship. In Moto2 the engines pass scrutiny and are then sealed. So how do you get past that? No answers? Didn't think so! If the bike gets a podium position then it is weighed after parc ferme. Unless the mechanics are magicians they can't do much there. So where do these miraculous cheats occur? I stand by what I said, there is no cheating and has never been in World Motorcycle racing as far as I can remember which is a lot longer than most of you have been alive.



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