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MotoGP to implement penalty point system

20/12/2012 Marquez will now have to think more about his antics By MotoGP desk MotoGP bosses have this morning confirmed that riders who persistently flout the rules will be given penalty points which could end in a one-event ban. Points will be handed out by race direction and, at various...

Published on December 28 2012, 19:48
Source: www.bikesportnews.com
 

A new calendar, riders, and new technical and disciplinary regulations... it's time to warm up the engines and get ready for the 2016 grand prix season. Of all the changes, however, the introduction of the unified ECU software (to reduce costs and level the playing field) has shuffled the cards.... 

The MotoGP penalty point system is no more. The system, introduced for the 2013 season, whereby Race Direction could punish rider infringements with penalty points, which would accumulate throughout the year and could result in a race ban, has been scrapped at the latest meeting of the Grand... 

Farewell, MotoGP penalty point system, we barely knew you. In a press release issued today (and rather bizarrely, leaked to a Spanish journalist two days ago) the FIM announced that the Grand Prix Commission had decided to modify the penalty point system. From now on, the only penalty to be... 

Below are the FIM press releases announcing the punishments imposed by Race Direction on Marc Marquez after the incident with Dani Pedrosa in the MotoGP race at Aragon, and Sandro Cortese after the incident with Alex De Angelis in the Moto2 race at Aragon: 2013 FIM Road Racing World Championship... 

WSBK Press Release: It unanimously decided to introduce the following main modifications to the regulations of the Road Racing Superbike & Supersport World Championship and FIM Superstock 1000cc Cup for 2013: Start Procedure: - A red light will be displayed for between 2 and 5 seconds. The red... 

The meeting of the Grand Prix Commission last week was primarily aimed at doing a little housekeeping, and tidying up a few loose ends. What emerged from that meeting, and from the previous one held at Valencia a month ago, turned out to be a little more than that. Among the many changes... 

The World Superbike championship remains in a state of flux, despite the good news emerging today about the 2014 grid (Feelracing taking on the Ducati factory team, MV Agusta expanding into World Superbikes, and Michel Fabrizio joining Grillini). The Superbike Commission met at Valencia to agree...