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Team principal apologises after mechanics prevent rival racer from leaving pit box

All eyes are suddenly on what is happening at Motorland Aragon, Spain, after an unbelievable and quite frankly ridiculous incident took place during qualifying for the World Moto3 Championship. The incident discussed involved Tech3 Racing rider Adrian Fernandez and two mechanics from his former side, Max Racing Team (owned by official MotoGP legend Max Biaggi). As Tech3 attempted to release Fernandez onto the circuit behind Ayumu Sasaki (rides for Max Racing Team), two mechanics from the opposing team appeared to suddenly move over and grab Fernandez's brakes, stalling his bike in the process. The idiotic duo can be seen keeping a firm eye on their former rider, before...
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