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I do follow racing and if you check you'll find that the bike was repaired for racing before it was examined and the only evidence used was computer data from the bike and verbal statements from rider and technicians, this showed that he braked at normal place for racing lap but pumped the brakes which caused him to go out of control. But this was on a sighting lap which is why it was so dangerous, he simply shouldn't have been at race pace on a sighting lap and should have been more aware of others around him, which is why he got a suspended ban.