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In an effort to further cut costs, teams in all British Superbike classes will be limited to one bike per rider for the 2010 season but in the event of it being a write-off, parts can be used from another bike.

A statement from the MCRCB reads:

At each Championship event a rider may use only one motorcycle which will be marked and presented at Technical Control.


In the case of proven total wreckage the use of a replacement motorcycle is permitted once only during an event, however this must be constructed from sub assembled parts and authorised/verified by the Chief Technical Officer.

Sub-assembled parts means that no engine can be fitted into a frame. However typical assemblies that would normally be used to repair a crashed machine can be complete. Examples: handlebars, forks, foot pegs, front nose cone, front/rear sub-frame, swing arm and linkage assemblies are all considered acceptable.

The process of authorising the use of a new machine is not possible during a practice session or after the pit lane closes for the sighting lap of a race.

The organisers reserve the right to inspect any working area or vehicle within the controlled areas of the pits and paddock.

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