CIV conference: “Possible changes SBK and Moto2”

At the conference held this morning in the press room, the FMI President Paolo Sesti and Road Racing Coordinator, Alfredo Mastropasqua took stock of the situation, explaining some news in sight for the 2013 season. “Last year we made some important choices in terms of support for young riders and this year we are seeing the first results – Sesti said – despite the difficult time and forced cost containment, we continue to support them by promotional class until the world championships. About the CIV, on June 22 is fixed a round table along with the team to jointly hold the line in the next year. “
Some ideas are already well defined, to be evaluated along with other players but Mastropasqua wanted to give a preview about it.”For 2013 we are working on a program of shorter races, which allows to reduce the time the teams in the paddock with a further cost containment. In sports project that we are discussing with manufactures and sponsor and tyres that will be explained right here at Mugello during the next round CIV there will probably be a review ofthe Superbike class. “Possible change in cost, the formula of the cancellation notice or the same program tricolor. Assessment required for another class on the Moto2. “The CIV must become the antechamber of the MotoGP and Superbike and the right springboard for our riders who follow from the mini classes to world classes. For us it is important that there are to many young people and that this is a championship in the costs manageable. For this reason rethink the categories more expensive from now and want to thank all our partners and teams for the opening shown in this way. “