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Airwaves Ducati is putting the recent rigmarole of weight limit rule changes behind it and getting on with the business of winning this year's British Superbike Championship - but the team still say the penalty is unjustified.
A statement said: “We firmly believe that this weight increase is wholly unjustified, and has been made without any regard to the actual performance comparison between the Ducati 1098R Superbike and its 4 cylinder competitors. However, following a meeting with the MCRCB at Brands Hatch on Friday, we are pleased that they agreed to our proposal to provide a tolerance of 2kg to the minimum weight of 175kg thereby allowing us to be able to continue our racing activities in this years British Superbike Championship, whilst keeping to within the safe dry weight parameters as instructed by Ducati Corse.”

Team Principal Darrell Healey commented: “I am glad to have reached a satisfactory conclusion with the MCRCB to enable the Airwaves Ducati to compete in the remaining 2008 BSB championship races. This has been a difficult and frustrating time for everyone involved with GSE Racing, but now it is time to put this matter behind us and concentrate all of our efforts into winning this year’s championship”.

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