FIM OFFICIAL RELEASE – DISQUALIFIED RIDERS REINSTATED!

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FIM OFFICIAL RELEASE – DISQUALIFIED RIDERS REINSTATED!

Following on from the exclusion of eight riders on day three of the ISDE, the FIM have released a statement, which provisionally reinstates the affected riders. After an appeal from

Following on from the exclusion of eight riders on day three of the ISDE, the FIM have released a statement, which provisionally reinstates the affected riders.

After an appeal from the French federation, the original decision of the acting jury will now be brought to the FIM International Disciplinary Court (date TBC).

Due to the exceptional circumstances of the matter all eight riders in question have been provisionally reinstated into the results.

This means France now lead the World Trophy team competition by two minutes over Australia but do so provisionally depending on the outcome of the courts decision.

Official statement…

Decision of the 
FIM International Disciplinary Court

2015 FIM International Six Days’ Enduro World Championship Kosice, Slovakia

Following the disqualification of eight riders by the FIM International Jury on Day 3 of the 2015 FIM International Six Days’ Enduro World Championship in Kosice, Slovakia, the Fédération Française de Motocyclisme (FFM) lodged an appeal yesterday, Thursday 9 September, against the decision of the FIM International Jury with the FIM International Disciplinary Court (CDI) in accordance with Art. 4.5 of the FIM Disciplinary and Arbitration Code (CDA).

In its appeal, the FFM petitioned the CDI for immediate stay of execution of the FIM International Jury’s decision in accordance with Article 4.8 CDA.

In view of the urgent nature of the matter and the exceptional circumstances of the case, the CDI has decided to order stay of execution of the International Jury’s decision and reintegration of all eight riders disqualified into the competition on a provisional basis until further notice.

This order is without prejudice to any decision by the CDI on the merits of the case.

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