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Safety changes: Grand Prix age limit raised, automatic warning systems

Following a series of tragic accidents for teenage riders in Moto3/WorldSSP competition this year, new safety measures have been announced by the FIM and Dorna covering age limits, rider equipment and automatic warning systems. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP This includes raising the minimum age for grand prix from 16 to 18 in 2023, or 17 for the winner of the FIM Moto3 Junior World Championship and/or the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup. In terms of rider equipment, there will be an 'increased focus on protecting competitors against an impact from another rider or motorcycle, particularly the chest and neck'....
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