The FIM Grand Prix Commission has decided to bring forward a ban on aerodynamic winglets in Moto3, with the devices now outlawed.Following the season opener in Qatar in March, the group decided to ban winglets in Moto2 effective immediately, but give them a stay of execution until the end of the year in Moto3.In a meeting on Wednesday, the commission has made the ban effective immediately, "following a unanimous proposal from all manufacturers in the Moto3 Working Group".Front fairing...
Luis Salom's team believes the Moto2 rider lost control of the front end of his bike braking over a bump at Turn 12, leading to his fatal accident last Friday.The 24-year-old crashed during the second practice session for the Catalunya Grand Prix, and lost his life at a Barcelona hospital later that afternoon.The location of the accident was viewed as strange, while there were suggestions during the weekend that there could have been a mechanical issue.SAG Team released a statement on Monday...
There is currently "no explanation" for the accident that claimed Moto2 rider Luis Salom's life at Barcelona, the CEO of MotoGP promoter Dorna Carmelo Ezpeleta says.Salom crashed at Turn 12 during Friday afternoon's second Moto2 practice session and later lost his life at Hospital General de Catalunya.
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