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Old October 23rd, 2021, 12:41 AM   #1
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[kropotkin thinks...] - FIM & Dorna Address Safety Concerns By Raising Minimum Ages A

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The Permanent Bureau, the joint body comprising the FIM and Dorna, who run short circuit motorcycle racing, have announced major steps to improve rider safety in all championships run or backed by Dorna. Ages are to be raised, grid sizes are to be limited, and work will continue to improve rider safety equipment and rider communication.

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