Augusto Fernández sanctioned with the loss of three positions

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Phillip Island (Australia), Oct 20 (EFE).- Spaniard Augusto Fernández (Gas Gas RC 16) has been sanctioned by the Race Direction Stewards Panel with the loss of three positions in the starting formation of his next race of MotoGP, for riding too slowly in turn ten, hindering the Frenchman Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha YZR M 1), during the official practice of the Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island.

The Spanish David Muñoz (KTM), in Moto3, has been sanctioned with a double "long lap" penalty, for irresponsible driving resulting in the fall of the Italian rider Nicolo Carraro (Honda) in turn four and Xavier Artigas (CFMoto) with starting from the last position and also two "long laps" for riding too slowly in the last ten minutes in the area of ​​turn twelve.

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