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Moto2™ and Moto3™ – New test restrictions and regulations by GPC 

Moto2™ and Moto3™ – New test restrictions and regulations by GPC 

Moto2™ and Moto3™ – New test restrictions and regulations by GPC . On 24th June 2022, a meeting was held by the Grand Prix commission where changes in restrictions were decided. The meeting held in Assen by the grant commission, comprises members, Carmelo Ezpeleta (Dorna, Chairman), Biense Bierma (MSMA), Paul Duparc (FIM), Herve Poncharal (IRTA) in the presence of Mike Trimby (IRTA, Secretary of the meeting), 

Carlos Ezpeleta (Dorna), and Corrado Cecchinelli (Director of Technology). 

During the meeting, various proposals were discussed and finally, new restrictions are added to Motor 2 and Motor 3 

Moto2™ and Moto3™ - New test restrictions and regulations by GPC . On 24th June 2022, a meeting was held by the Grand Prix commission where changes in restrictions were decided

The new restrictions passed by the Grand Prix commission 

These restrictions will be applicable from the season of 2023. Motor 2 and 3 moved an application to reduce the number of days in private testing due to the busy calendar year. 

The additional private testing is changed from 7 days to 4 days. There will be no change in the 1×3-day official test before the season starts. There will be no testing for the rookie drivers between the last event and 30 November. 

The Grand Prix Commission also agreed to offer an exception for Moto 2 teams through machines by chassis constructors those who have not achieved 2 concession points in the last 2 years. They are concession teams. Concession points will be offered based on the result of the race such as 3 points for 1st place, 2 points for 2nd place, and 1 point for 3rd place. 

In 2023 minimum age will be 18 years for all GP classes. Rookie or junior winners have an exception if they are 16 and 17 years of age. 

The handlebar grip should be fitted at the handlebar end, with the exception of the end plug or fittings of brake lever protection. 

The price of the rolling chassis will be capped at €87000. Teams who wish to carry machines from 2022 to 2023 buy updating kits at €2000. Ban on devices that only operate once at the start of the race. Ban on any device that moves or adjusts ride height. 

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