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Avintia fires MotoGP mechanic for faking PCR check end result

MotoGP at the moment operates a strict bubble coverage in its paddock to fight the unfold of COVID-19, with every member required to current adverse PCR check outcomes earlier than getting into right into a circuit.

On Tuesday it got here to mild that a mechanic from Avintia’s MotoGP workforce had falsified a check end result from the Quiron laboratory in Spain on Monday forward of this weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Misano.

As soon as came upon, the mechanic was suspended from accessing the MotoGP paddock till at the very least the top of 2021 by Worldwide Race Groups’ Affiliation (IRTA).

This punishment might be prolonged ought to IRTA want, whereas Avintia has launched its personal assertion on Tuesday night confirming it had fired the offending workforce member.

“From Avintia Esponsorama Racing we present our complete conformity with all of the measures taken by Dorna and IRTA that, in addition to our workforce coverage and code of conduct to which all its members adhere, together with mechanics, technicians, members of the family, sponsors, or some other particular person near the workforce, we’re obliged to take particular disciplinary measures and shut all relations with our workforce member, who yesterday, because of the good work being finished by Dorna and IRTA, unsuccessfully falsified a PCR check to get the entry to the paddock of the Misano circuit for the following grand prix,” the assertion started.

“Being the workforce not directly liable for assuming all the prices derived from the distinctive measures by the COVID-19 protocols to all its employees, with this sort of actions we’re conscious that they’ve needed to acquire their very own profit placing in danger the remainder of the individuals who make up the workforce and the championship.

Enea Bastianini, Esponsorama Racing

Enea Bastianini, Esponsorama Racing

Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

“These behaviours not solely harm the picture of the workforce, but in addition the remainder of the paddock and the championship as an entire.

“We wish to make clear that it’s the accountability of every workforce member to enter their entry and PCR check for the organisation, on an internet platform for every circuit in keeping with the rules that, for COVID-19 causes, are at the moment in drive for entry to the paddock.

“Avintia Esponsorama Racing wish to apologise and thank Dorna and IRTA for all of the efforts made to maintain everybody within the MotoGP paddock protected, permitting the championship to run correctly.”

This has solid a shadow on Avintia’s return to Misano this weekend, with the workforce anticipating huge issues after Enea Bastianini claimed a sensational maiden podium on his two-year-old Ducati final month on the San Marino GP.

Avintia will give up MotoGP on the finish of the 12 months, with its grid slots set to be taken over by Valentino Rossi’s VR46 workforce – which at the moment runs Luca Marini’s Avintia entry.

Bastianini will transfer to Gresini in 2022 alongside Moto2 graduate Fabio Di Giannantonio aboard Ducati equipment.

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