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Donington Park Renounces Partnership With Circuit Of Wales - UK MotoGP Round Back At Silverstone In 2015?

The British round of MotoGP will not this year take place at Donington Park. In a shock statement, Donington announced they were breaking off their partnership with the Circuit of Wales to host the British GP. In the statement, Donington claimed that they had not received the funding promised to them by the Circuit of Wales, which was needed to perform the upgrades required for MotoGP. With no money forthcoming, Donington had no choice but to break the contract, leaving the British round of MotoGP without a home, at least temporarily. Reports on the Motorcycle News website suggest that Silverstone will host the British race instead, with senior staff from the circuit having spoken to Dorna in Barcelona last week. 

Though the fact that Donington Park announced they are pulling out of the deal at such a late stage caused a shock, it is not entirely unexpected. Donington had been awarded the contract to host the British Grand Prix as part of a deal with the Circuit of Wales. The Circuit of Wales had agreed a five-year contract with Dorna to organize the British race back in August last year, after protracted talks to host the race at the facility. However, the planning process has been subject to extensive delays, in part over the allocation of public land to the circuit, and in part due to the funding of the project. When it because clear that the track would not be ready to host the race in 2015, an agreement was reached with Donington Park, which would have seen the British race return to the Leicestershire circuit after an absence of five years. 

A return to Donington was subject to major upgrades taking place to the track, however. The Circuit of Wales would have provided funds to help Donington perform these upgrades, and the failure to provide these funds appear to be the stumbling block over which the deal with the Circuit of Wales has fallen.

The statement from Donington Park assures ticket holders that they will not lose any money. Tickets bought through official channels will be refunded in full. However, tickets are just a small part of the total cost of attending a race. Costs for travel and accommodation may not be covered. The end of the deal will see travel organizations, in particular, hit hard.

The end of the tie up between Donington and the Circuit of Wales does not mean there will not be a British Grand Prix, however. Part of the deal between BT Sport and Dorna for the British rights to MotoGP is that there will be a race in the UK. With Donington Park out of the equation, that leaves Silverstone as the only viable option. MCN is reporting that talks are already well underway with Silverstone, with a long-term deal likely to keep the race at the circuit for the foreseeable future.

The breakdown of the deal between Donington Park and the Circuit of Wales could end up posing a serious threat to the future of the Circuit of Wales project. If the Circuit of Wales loses the contract to host MotoGP, then part of the rationale for building a circuit on such a grand scale in the Ebbw Vale region disappears. Without a major series at the circuit, the financial viability of the project is in question.

That was always the case, however. Although the Heads of the Valleys Development Company, the firm behind the Circuit of Wales, has consistently claimed that the track will be built using money from private investors, there has been a conspicuous lack of news forthcoming on which companies or individuals may have supplied any of the £315 million the project is said to cost. There has been a slow trickle of money from the Welsh regional government, including a £2 million development grant and underwriting of loans to the company, but no major investors have yet to step forward. That may be because of the legal issues surrounding the circuit - a public inquiry is due to be held in March on a request to deregister a large area of public land, on which the circuit and its facilities are due to be built. Attracting commercial investment may become easier if that process gives the development the green light, but so far, it has been conspicuous by its absence.

Below is the press release issued by Donington Park on its break with the Circuit of Wales:

Donington Park breaks off partnership with Circuit of Wales

10 February 2015

The Board of Directors and Staff of Donington Park Racing Limited (‘DPRL’) are greatly disappointed to have to report today that the Circuit of Wales company, and its new subsidiary GP15 Limited, have as yet been unable to complete their agreement with DPRL, nor meet long-planned payment deadlines, in order to set in motion the operation of the 2015 British Motorcycle Grand Prix, MotoGP™ at Donington Park.

For background:- In 2014 the Circuit of Wales (‘CoW’) signed a contract with Dorna SL of Barcelona, the owners and operators of the global racing series known as the FIM MotoGP World Championship, to stage the British round of MotoGP at their new circuit near Ebbw Vale for five years starting in 2015. The Circuit of Wales is not yet under construction.

In early September 2014, CoW therefore sought an alternative race circuit on which to hold the 2015 British race and so fulfil their Dorna contract. CoW agreed detailed Heads of Terms with the Board of DPRL to hire the Leicestershire circuit, which had been home to MotoGP for many years prior to 2009, in order to run their contracted British MotoGP in 2015, during which period the CoW track was scheduled to be built.

The situation at 10th February 2015 is very clear. Despite DPRL’s best efforts, the time lost with CoW being unable to complete the funding arrangements has resulted in delays in almost all of the event’s critically important operational plans, from track works to equipment hire. Therefore, in the judgment of the Board of DPRL, this current position could jeopardise the safe and successful running of the 2015 British MotoGP at Donington to such an extent, that both the commercial risks and the lack of time are now too great to allow Donington to proceed.

Therefore Donington Park must withdraw from any further participation. Consequently, the 2015 British round of the FIM MotoGP World Championship will not now be held at Donington Park on August 30th 2015.

Spectators who have already purchased tickets via Donington Park and their agency See Tickets are fully protected, with all ticket monies held safely in an independent escrow account. They will therefore automatically receive a full refund of the amount spent on their tickets, within 10 working days, if bought via See Tickets’ automated system, or by application.

The Board of DPRL is able to confirm to all ticket holders for all other 2015 race events at Donington Park that all these events will proceed as planned.

Naturally, any announcement on a replacement MotoGP race or about any future UK dates are now a matter solely for CoW and Dorna, and so DPRL will make no further comment.

DPRL has an established successful relationship with Dorna and will be welcoming Dorna’s World Superbike Championship to Donington for May 22-24, as planned.

The Board also assures all its industry partners, the many race clubs and other circuit-hiring clients who have helped build Donington’s revived business over the past 5 years, that DPRL itself will not feel any adverse financial effects. DPRL expects to work with such clients in continued partnership.

The Donington Park circuit, and the estate as a whole, is in excellent condition. The company is just currently completing a further £1 million of winter upgrades and track safety work, with innovations including a 4 x 4 course, and new build works, both on and off the circuit.

The Managing Director of Donington Park, Christopher Tate, said:-

“The whole Donington team who have worked so hard here over the past six months to fulfil our part of the MotoGP planning are as disappointed as those many fans will be who wanted to see the event return to Donington Park.

“The position we are now in is of course frustrating and uncomfortable for all concerned.

“We have our overall business, our staff and their futures to consider as well as our concerns for the fans. We have rebuilt so much of this facility and its global reputation in the years since 2010 under new ownership and management, and we are not going to risk all that nor risk affecting the quality of the MotoGP fans’ experience – looking after the fans is at the heart of what Donington does.

“It is this week, way past any normal deadlines, when we - in partnership with CoW - would have been committing to major expenditures. CoW have made it clear to us that they are not now in a position to complete, so we have to withdraw and end the planned arrangement.

“As to the immediate future, the team here at Donington look forward to welcoming fans to the wide range of 2015 events at our circuit this season which will, of course, all go ahead as normal, starting with great motorcycle racing on the Easter Weekend.”

Michelin Test At Sepang - Secrecy Prevails But Times Suggest Work To Be Done

Though the riders competing in the 2015 MotoGP championship have all departed, the factories stayed on at Sepang for another day of testing. For the fourth day of the first Sepang MotoGP test was designated as a test day for Michelin, who are due to take over as official tire supplier from 2016.

The legal complications of the change from Bridgestone to Michelin mean that the tire test is shrouded in confidentiality, rather than secrecy. This test features only the test riders, all of whom have been barred from talking to the press about the tires. Times were not recorded, and definitely not released, though a handful of hardy journalists stood at trackside with handheld stopwatches (or smartphones) and tried to time riders that way. The secrecy is understandable: Michelin are at a very early stage of their development, and Bridgestone are paying Dorna a hefty sum to be official tire supplier, and want to reap the marketing benefits that should bring. 

Yet there were things to be learned from the Michelin test at Sepang today. Unofficial timing from people at the track suggests that riders were lapping somewhere between 1 and 2 seconds slower than they were on Bridgestones. Hiroshi Aoyama was the best benchmark, having ridden throughout the previous three days on a Bridgestone-shod Honda RC213V factory bike. His pace suggest that he is a little over a second a lap slower on the Michelins than on the Bridgestones. Given the newness of the project, and how much data and development Bridgestone have, Michelin appear to have done a pretty good job.

More worrying were the number of crashes at the test. Riders on Hondas, Yamahas and Suzukis all went down hard at Turn 5, the fast left hander at the back of the circuit. Michelin had told the teams to take it easy through that corner, but the riders still went down. The problem appears to have been the front tire in that section, which was wanting to tuck through the corner.

The purpose of the test is to narrow down the selection of tires to bring to the next test at Sepang, when the official riders will get their chance to try the tires. Michelin manager Piero Taramasso told a group of reporters that they had brought seven different front tires and five different rear tires, with the objective of whittling that down to three fronts and three rears for the factory riders to use at the second Sepang test. The feedback from the factory riders will then help define the direction which Michelin will follow for their further development. The basic construction of the tires - casing, compounds, profiles - will be finalized in July. For 2016, Michelin hope to bring three different compounds front and rear for each rider to use at each Grand Prix.

2015 MotoGP Sepang 1 Test Gallery - Poorly Framed And Out Of Focus Photos From Day 1

The biggest change on the 2015 Honda RC213V, the rear subframe mount points

Yamaha's exhaust is slightly different to the one trialed in Valencia. Looks good, sounds fantastic

Matteo Flamigni and his magical laptop

Suzuki have brought a new exhaust system, which is shorter

Suzuki's frame is very slim above the swingarm pivot

The Ducati GP14.3 - A number of small but subtle differences

The GP14.3, a closer look. The most visible change is a narrower waist around the seat, the chassis curving inward as it rises

Just visible, if you look closely, the curve of the upper part of the chassis

The geometry has changed a little too. The front forks are barely poking through the top yokes on the new bike, less than the old

For comparison, here is Danilo Petrucci's Pramac GP14. He has 6+cm of fork through the top yoke

That puts the bike very much on its nose

The Aprilia is the most changed bike since Valencia. New chassis, revised engine. It looks more like a prototype now

No seamless gearbox yet, though. That is likely to come later in the year

It is a good-looking machine. This is test rider Michael Laverty's bike

A wet clutch is something of an oddity on a racing motorcycle

The Aprilia, unclothed

Tech 3's new exhaust sponsor means that they cannot follow the design of the factory bike

Ohlins goodies for Pol

The #25 bike awaits Maverick

Suzuki's 4-2-1 exhaust

The rear end of the Honda RC213V is very special indeed

Serpentine elegance

Attention to detail: the onboard camera and rain lights are both enclosed in bodywork on the factory Hondas

The Open Honda looks almost cheap by comparison

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Photo Gallery: Up Close With The 2015 Repsol Honda RC213V

The close-up photos of the 2015 Honda RC213V speak for themselves. Look closely at the fit and finish, and marvel at a piece of precision engineering

Note the analog rev counter on Dani Pedrosa's dashboard

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2015 Moto2 Provisional Entry List Updated - 23 Kalexes, 2 Suters, 3 Tech 3s, 3 Speed Ups

The FIM today issued an updated entry list for the 2015 Moto2 season. The list has only minor changes to the original line up, with teams now having to enter a chassis name. The Kalex domination of the series is nearly complete, with 23 out of 31 entries. Speed Up and Tech 3 each have 3 entries to their names, while Suter retains just two riders, both rookies. Florian Alt has at least raced in the Moto3 series, while Malaysian rider Zaqhwan Zaidi is completely new to the series.

No Rider Nationality Team Machine
1 Tito Rabat SPA Marc VDS Racing Team Kalex
2 Jesko Raffin SUI SAG Team Kalex
3 Simone Corsi ITA NGM Forward Racing Kalex
4 Randy Krummenacher SUI Jir Moto2 Kalex
5 Johann Zarco FRA Ajo Motorsport Kalex
7 Lorenzo Baldassari ITA Forward Racing Kalex
8 Gino Rea GBR AGT Rea Racing Kalex
10 Thitipong Warokorn THAI APH PTT The Pizza SAG Kalex
11 Sandro Cortese GER Dynavolt Intact GP Kalex
12 Thomas Luthi SUI Derendinger Racing Interwetten Kalex
19 Xavier Simeon BEL Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 Kalex
21 Franco Morbidelli ITA Italtrans Racing Team Kalex
22 Sam Lowes GBR Speed Up Speed Up
23 Marcel Schrotter GER Tech3 Tech3
25 Azlan Shah MAL Idemitsu Honda Team Asia Kalex
30 Takaaki Nakagami JPN Idemitsu Honda Team Asia Kalex
36 Mika Kallio FIN Italtrans Racing Team Kalex
39 Luis Salom SPA Paginas Amarillas HP40 Kalex
40 Alex Rins SPA Paginas Amarillas HP40 Kalex
49 Axel Pons SPA AGR Team Kalex
51 Zaqhwan Zaidi MAL JPMoto Malaysia Suter
55 Hafizh Syahrin MAL Petronas Raceline Malaysia Kalex
60 Julian Simon SPA QMMF Racing Team Speed Up
66 Florian Alt GER OCTO Iodaracing Team Suter
70 Robin Mulhauser SUI Technomag Racing Interwetten Kalex
73 Alex Marquez SPA Marc VDS Racing Team Kalex
77 Dominique Aegerter SUI Technomag Racing Interwetten Kalex
88 Ricky Cardus SPA Tech3 Tech3
94 Jonas Folger GER AGR Team Kalex
95 Anthony West AUS QMMF Racing Team Speed Up
96 Louis Rossi FRA Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2 Tech3


2015 Moto3 Provisional Entry List Update - 34 Riders In Total

An updated version of the Moto3 entry list was issued today, including 34 riders. Brazilian rider Eric Granado has lost his place, with Maria Herrera taking the seat at the Laglisse team. Remy Gardner, son of former 500cc champion Wayne Gardner, joins the grid, ensuring an Australian successor for Jack Miller in the Moto3 championship.

No Rider Nationality Team Machine
2 Remy Gardner AUS CIP Mahindra
5 Romano Fenati ITA Sky Racing Team VR46 KTM
6 Maria Herrera SPA Husqvarna Factory Laglisse Husqvarna
7 Efren Vazquez SPA Leopard Racing Honda
9 Jorge Navarro SPA Estrella Galicia 0,0 Honda
10 Alexis Masbou FRA Saxoprint-RTG Honda
11 Livio Loi BEL RW Racing GP Honda
12 Matteo Ferrari ITA San Carlo Team Italia Mahindra
16 Andrea Migno ITA Sky Racing Team VR46 KTM
17 John McPhee GBR Saxoprint-RTG Honda
19 Alessandro Tonucci ITA Outox Reset Drink Team Mahindra
20 Fabio Quartararo FRA Estrella Galicia 0,0 Honda
21 Francesco Bagnaia ITA Mapfre Mahindra Team Mahindra
22 Ana Carrasco SPA RBA Racing Team KTM
23 Niccolo Antonelli ITA Ongetta-Rivacold Honda
24 Tatsuki Suzuki JPN CIP Mahindra
29 Stefano Manzi ITA San Carlo Team Italia Mahindra
31 Niklas Ajo FIN RBA Racing Team KTM
32 Isaac Vinales SPA Husqvarna Factory Laglisse Husqvarna
33 Enea Bastianini ITA Gresini Racing Moto3 Honda
40 Daryn Binder RSA Outox Reset Drink Team Mahindra
41 Brad Binder RSA Red Bull KTM Ajo KTM
44 Miguel Oliveira POR Red Bull KTM Ajo KTM
52 Danny Kent GBR Leopard Racing Honda
55 Andrea Locatelli ITA Junior Team Gresini Moto3 Honda
58 Juanfran Guevara SPA Mapfre Mahindra Team Mahindra
63 Zulfahmi Khairuddin MAL Sepang International Circuit KTM
65 Philipp Oettl GER Schedl GP Racing KTM
76 Hiroki Ono JPN Leopard Racing Honda
84 Jakub Kornfeil CZE Sepang International Circuit KTM
88 Jorge Martin SPA Mapfre Aspar Team Moto3 Mahindra
91 Gabriel Rodrigo ARG RBA Racing Team KTM
95 Jules Danilo FRA Ongetta-Rivacold Honda
98 Karel Hanika CZE Red Bull KTM Ajo KTM


The Season Begins - Private MotoGP Testing Starts At Sepang

Officially, testing for 2015 MotoGP season starts in five days time, on Wednesday, 4th February. Unofficially, it started yesterday, when Yamaha and Honda's test teams gathered at Sepang to pre-test a number of parts and prepare the way for the arrival of the factory riders, who arrive in Malaysia next week.

Normally, test teams test in secret - a local journalist and photographer was told in no uncertain terms he would not be welcome at the track - which means their work goes unnoticed. Unfortunately for Honda - or perhaps fortunately, depending on your perspective - HRC had a very high-profile test rider at Sepang. Casey Stoner spent a couple of days on the 2015 Honda RC213V, and though no press release has yet been issued, a couple of posts on his Instagram and Twitter accounts gave a few clues about the test.

The weather has mostly cooperated, though rain on Thursday meant that Stoner could no do the laps he wanted, he posted on Twitter. Friday was a better day, with a lot of work done. From the photo he posted on Instagram, it was clear that Stoner was being assisted by Cristian Gabarrini, his former crew chief, and now crew chief to Jack Miller at LCR. Also present at Sepang was Andrea Zugna, the brains behind Honda's extremely advanced electronics package. Though this may be the last year in which the factories are completely free to develop their own electronics, the software in the system remains a crucial part of the racing package, and development continues apace.

Yamaha, too, were present, though with their far less famous test riders. Yamaha have also so far failed to issue a press release, though from comments made by Kouichi Tsuji at the launch of the Movistar Yamaha team earlier this week, we can make educated guesses at some of the things being tested. Tsuji hinted that Yamaha's fully seamless gearbox was to be tested this week, ahead of being trialed by Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo at the second Sepang test at the end of February. There is a chance that Yamaha's test riders will continue testing the gearbox during the first official test next week, and as we shall be present at that test, we will be keeping an ear out to try to spot the difference in sounds between the bikes.

2015 World Superbike Rider Line Up Announced

The FIM today announced the provisional rider line up for the 2015 season. The grid will see up to 26 riders line up for the start, on motorcycles from 7 different manufacturers. The list includes one TBA, in the Pedercini Kawasaki team, which could end up going unfilled. The other question mark is over the JR Racing Team of Toni Elias and Ayrton Badovini. Though the team is on the entry list, persistent reports of financial problems suggest that they will struggle to race at all this year. They will not be present in Australia for the season opener, and suppliers report not having been paid.

The provisional rider line up is as follows:

  No. Rider Nat. Bike Team 
1 81 Jordi Torres ESP Aprilia RSV4 RF ** Aprilia Racing Team Red Devils
2 91 Leon Haslam GBR Aprilia RSV4 RF ** Aprilia Racing Team Red Devils
3 65 Jonathan Rea GBR Kawasaki ZX-10R Kawasaki Racing Team
4 66 Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki ZX-10R Kawasaki Racing Team
5 1 Sylvain Guintoli FRA Honda CBR1000RR SP PATA Honda World Superbike Team
6 60 Michael van der Mark NED Honda CBR1000RR SP PATA Honda World Superbike Team
7 7 Chaz Davies GBR Ducati Panigale R ** Racing-Ducati Superbike Team
8 34 Davide Giugliano ITA Ducati Panigale R ** Racing-Ducati Superbike Team
9 14 Randy De Puniet FRA Suzuki GSX-R1000 VOLTCOM Crescent Suzuki
10 22 Alex Lowes GBR Suzuki GSX-R1000 VOLTCOM Crescent Suzuki
11 15 Matteo Baiocco ITA Ducati Panigale R ** Althea Racing
12 18 Nicolas Terol ESP Ducati Panigale R ** Althea Racing
13 44 David Salom ESP Kawasaki ZX-10R Team Pedercini
14 TBA* TBA* TBA* Kawasaki ZX-10R Team Pedercini
15 23 Christophe Ponsson LUX Kawasaki ZX-10R Grillini SBK Team
16 51 Santiago Barragan ESP Kawasaki ZX-10R Grillini SBK Team
17 2 Leon Camier GBR MV Agusta 1000 F4 ** MV Agusta Reparto Corse
18 10 Imre Toth HUN BMW S1000 RR BMW Team Toth
19 75 Gábor Rizmayer HUN BMW S1000 RR BMW Team Toth
20 36 Leandro Mercado ARG Ducati Panigale R ** BARNI Racing Team
21 20 Sylvain Barrier FRA BMW S1000 RR BMW Motorrad Italia Superbike Team
22 24 Toni Elias ESP BMW S1000 RR JR Racing Team
23 86 Ayrton Badovini ITA BMW S1000 RR JR Racing Team
24 40 Roman Ramos ESP Kawasaki ZX-10R Team Go Eleven
25 59 Niccolò Canepa ITA EBR 1190 RX Team Hero EBR
26 72 Larry Pegram USA EBR 1190 RX Team Hero EBR

*TBA: To be announced 
** For 2015 models: Aprilia RSV4 RF, Ducati Panigale R and MV Agusta F4 are in the process of homologation.

2015 World Supersport Rider Line Up Announced

The FIM today announced the provisional line up for the World Supersport class. The field will see 24 riders line up on the grid, with one name still to be announced in the Yakhnich team. Kenan Sofuoglu and Jules Cluzel are likely to be the title favorites, while American rider PJ Jacobsen will be hoping to capitalize on a strong rookie year to mount a challenge.

The provisional line up appears below:

  No. Rider Nat. Bike Team 
1 111 Kyle Smith GBR Honda CBR600RR PATA Honda World Supersport Team
2 14 Lucas Mahias FRA Kawasaki ZX-6R Kawasaki Intermoto Ponyexpres
3 99 Patrick Jacobsen USA Kawasaki ZX-6R Kawasaki Intermoto Ponyexpres
4 16 Jules Cluzel FRA MV Agusta F3 675 ** MV Agusta Reparto Corse
5 87 Lorenzo Zanetti ITA MV Agusta F3 675 ** MV Agusta Reparto Corse
6 6 Dominic Schmitter SUI Kawasaki ZX-6R Team Go Eleven
7 11 Christian Gamarino ITA Kawasaki ZX-6R Team Go Eleven
8 32 Sheridan Morais RSA Honda CBR600RR CIA Landlords Insurance Honda
9 36 Martin Cardenas COL Honda CBR600RR CIA Landlords Insurance Honda
10 74 Kieran Clarke GBR Honda CBR600RR CIA Landlords Insurance Honda
11 84 Riccardo Russo ITA Honda CBR600RR CIA Landlords Insurance Honda
12 5 Marco Faccani ITA Kawasaki ZX-6R Kawasaki Puccetti Racing
13 54 Kenan Sofuoglu TUR Kawasaki ZX-6R Kawasaki Puccetti Racing
14 44 Roberto Rolfo ITA Honda CBR600RR Team Lorini
15 81 Alessandro Nocco ITA Honda CBR600RR Team Lorini
16 61 Fabio Menghi ITA Yamaha YZF R6 VFT Racing
17 19 Kevin Wahr GER Honda CBR600RR SMS Racing
18 68 Glenn Scott AUS Honda CBR600RR AARK Racing
19 10 Nacho Calero ESP Kawasaki ZX-6R CATBIKE/exit
20 24 Marcos Ramirez ESP Kawasaki ZX-6R CATBIKE/exit
21 9 Ratthapark Wilairot THA Honda CBR600RR CORE" Motorsport Thailand
22 65 Vladimir Leonov RUS Honda CBR600RR Moscow Region Yakhnich Motorsport
23 TBA TBA TBA Honda CBR600RR Moscow Region Yakhnich Motorsport
24 25 Alex Baldolini ITA MV Agusta F3 675 ** Race Department ATK#25

*TBA: To be announced 
** For 2015 model: MV Agusta F3 is in the process of homologation.

Movistar Yamaha 2015 MotoGP Bumper Photo Gallery

The new, lower exhaust

The new air intake retains the lip which appeared late last year

Swingarm and rear wheel

An abundance of sponsors

The business end

Bridgegestone/Ohlins/Brembo, industry standard

Note the mount for the rear-facing camera on the right. Honda's is integrated into the bodywork

Exhaust close up

Clutch, side vent, exhaust

Right side, wider angle

Sensors adorn the front wheel

Lots of shots of the right of the bike, few of the left...

One of the few close up images of the left side

Got to put those sponsor logos somewhere ...

Fiat is back, in a limited way

Nicely integrated tail light


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