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Iddon welcomes relaxed homologation rules

Alstare Bimota's Christian Iddon has welcomed the news that the FIM has relaxed homologation rules relating to the World Superbike championship. The Stockport lad was not on the starting grid at Phillip Island this weekend, because not enough of his Bimota BB3 EVO bikes were made by the Bimota...

Published on February 25 2014, 08:36
Source: www.bikesportnews.com
 

Bimota's World Superbike challenge has been thrown a lifeline now the FIM has relaxed homologation rules meaning the firm only now has to produce 125 of its BB3 models in order to take to the grid. The firm, which is racing under the Alstare banner and has Christian Iddon in the chair, will have... 

When Alstare split from Ducati Corse in World Superbike, there was some speculation as to where the Belgian-based racing team would land, and it would seem the trip hasn't been a far one. Linking up with the recently acquired Bimota brand, Alstare has signed a five-year agreement to collaborate... 

The two-bike Bimota team, which campaigned the new BMW S1000RR-powered BB3 in the FIM Superbike World Championship, wasn't at Jerez last weekend, and it will not compete in the final two rounds of the 2014 championship, at Magny Cours in France and Losail in Qatar. Prior to last weekend's races... 

Bimota has failed to meet the World Superbike Championship's homologation requirements and will not be allowed to participate in the rest of the 2014 season. Bimota had been under probation where it was allowed to race but would not receive any championship points for its efforts, until it could... 

The International Motorcycling Federation is considering modifying its homologation requirements for the World Superbike Championship following Bimota's somewhat surprising plans to re-enter the series. Under current regulations, manufacturers must produce a minimum number of motorcycles for it...