MotoGP, The Avintia team fires the mechanic who falsified the PCR test

MotoGP, The Avintia team fires the mechanic who falsified the PCR test
MotoGP, The Avintia team fires the mechanic who falsified the PCR test

The Avintia team released an official note after the indiscretion that a team mechanic had falsified the result of the buffer (by changing the date) necessary to enter the paddock of the Misano Grand Prix.

We report it below.

On the part of Avintia Esponsorama Racing we show our total compliance with all the measures adopted by Dorna and Irta, as well as with our team policy and the code of conduct to which all its members adhere, including mechanics, technicians, family members. , sponsor or any other person close to the team, we are obliged to take specific disciplinary measures and close all relations with our team member who yesterday unsuccessfully falsified, thanks to the great work that Dorna and Irta are doing, a PCR test to gain access to the paddock of the Misano circuit for the next Grand Prix.

As the team is indirectly responsible for assuming all costs derived from the exceptional measures from the COVID-19 protocols for all its workers, we are aware that with this type of action with which you want to obtain your own benefit, you are putting the rest of the people who make up the team and the league at risk. These behaviors not only damage the image of the team, but also the rest of the paddock and the championship as a whole.

We would like to clarify that it is the responsibility of each team member to fill out their login and provide the PCR test to the organization on an online platform according to the guidelines that, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, are currently in place for access to the paddock.

Avintia Esponsorama Racing would like to apologize and thank DORNA and IRTA for all the efforts made to keep everyone in the MotoGP paddock safe, allowing the championship to run smoothly.”.

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MotoGP Avintia team fires mechanic falsified PCR test

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