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Sport MV Agusta disqualified: Australia results canceled

18:20  31 july  2020
18:20  31 july  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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The Italian team MV Agusta Reparto Corse again makes negative headlines in the Supersport World Championship. Because seals have been broken on engines, the previous results achieved with these engines are deleted. This means that MV Agusta will be disqualified at the season opener on Phillip Island (Australia).

The FIM Superintendents of the Superbike World Championship received a report from the technical director of the racing series on July 30th. This report indicates that the seals of some MV Agusta engines had been broken.

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There was no permission for this. Therefore, the team violated article 2.3.10 paragraph d of the regulations. The FIM commissioners noted that the seals were not broken on purpose. There was no intention to take advantage of it.

The team "optically" subjected the motors to a mechanical check, and there was also a misunderstanding in the communication. The team contacted FIM itself and informed them.

Nonetheless, this was a violation of the regulations and must be punished accordingly, as it is stated in the FIM broadcast. That is why the team is disqualified at all events where these engines have been used.

This was only the case in Australia, where the season started at the end of February / beginning of March. Raffaele de Rosa loses second place and Federico Fuligni ninth. Randy Krummenacher had dropped out of Phillip Island.

During the Corona mandatory break, MV Agusta had hit the headlines when Krummenacher declared his immediate separation from the team. The Swiss also stated at the time that he would report technical irregularities to the FIM .

To what extent there is a connection to the subsequent disqualification is unknown. Krummenacher is not in Jerez this weekend. Since the matter between him and MV Agusta lies with the lawyers, he is currently not allowed to drive for any other team.

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