Anthony West: Motorcycle racing has it all done! Do not believe anything!January 25, 2020
Australian motorcycle racer Anthony West has made high-profile accusations against the International Motorcycle Federation (FIM) after notifying of the cancellation of its results at the stage of the Brazilian Superbike.
Until September 14, 2020, West is subject to a ban from the FIM Disciplinary Court on any activity related to motorcycle racing that was imposed on him in connection with a positive doping test. This is not the first scandal in the life of an Australian – in 2012, methylhexanamine was found in his blood, which led to an 18-month ban. But it seems that the news of the cancellation of the Brazilian results was the last straw for him.
“I’m over it. The championship in Brazil, in which I spoke, is not associated with FIM, West wrote on his Facebook page. “These corrupt people are trying to destroy me by inventing the rules on the go, as if they could dictate where and when to chase me.” They already succeeded – Kawasaki Japan stopped sponsoring my performances in Brazil. I don’t have money and normal work, because I have spent all my life on motorcycle racing. Here’s a tip for you: if you want to win, don’t think that hard work will lead to something. Just pay.
In Moto2, Marquez was allowed to cheat with an electronic engine control unit to win the title. When Tom Luti’s team tried to protest, they shut their mouths – “Spain needs a new champion!” Accept the second place or in a year you will not be here.
In the 500 cc class, Rossi won only because he brought special tires made by helicopter taking into account the characteristics of a particular track. I have hundreds of such stories. Do not believe anything you see – all this is rigged. They control who can win races and who can’t. I’m so angry. Damn it, FIM. You ruined my life. ”
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