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Aleix Espargaro Injures Back, Will Miss Private Sepang MotoGP Test

Aleix Espargaro has fractured a vertebra in a training accident. The factory Suzuki rider was out training on an off road bike, when he landed heavily from a jump, and felt pain in his back. He was taken to hospital, where an MRI scan revealed a flexion fracture of the vertebra, forcing him to miss the Sepang test planned for next week.

The injury suffered by Espargaro should not see him out of action for long. The Spaniard was discharged from hospital on Friday morning, and will now have to rest for a two to three week period to allow him to recover. No further complications were found when he was examined, and rest and physiotherapy should see him make a quick and full recover.

Espargaro's injury does mean that he will miss out on his first chance to try the new spec, or unified software to be used in MotoGP for 2016. At the Valencia test, both Espargaro and Viñales concentrated on learning to use the new Michelin tires, with their first run on the unified software scheduled for a private test at Sepang next week. Now, only Viñales will test it, along with Suzuki's test riders Takuya Tsuda and Nobu Aoki.

The press release from Suzuki appears below:


ESPARGARO OUT OF SEPANG TEST AFTER TRAINING ACCIDENT

Team Suzuki Press Office – November 20.

Team SUZUKI ECSTAR’s Aleix Espargarò will not part in the Sepang test in Malaysia next week following a training accident yesterday, November 19th, near his home town of Granollers in Spain.

Espargarò was riding an off road bike and when landing from a jump suddenly reported pain in his back.

After his immediate transfer to the Hospital Universitari Quiron Deixeus in Barcelona, he underwent initial medical checks and was kept in overnight for observation.

This morning a further MRI reported a flexion fracture of the T9 vertebrae but excluded any further complications.

He was cleared to go home today and he will now take a two-to-three-week rest that should see him fully-recover.

Team SUZUKI ECSTAR’s Sepang test on November 23-24th will see only team-mate Maverick Viñales and Suzuki MotoGP test riders Takuya Tsuda and Nobuatsu Aoki on track testing the development of the new Michelin tyres and new unified software.

2016 World Superbikes Provisional Calendar Released: 14 Rounds, Monza Returns

The FIM today released the provisional 2016 calendar for the World Superbike championship. There is good news and bad news in the calendar, with Portimao disappearing from the calendar, but Monza making a welcome return. World Superbikes will also be returning to Germany, with the entire circus turning up to the Lausitzring, just north of Dresden. The best news is that there are no direct clashes with MotoGP, but WSBK will be running on the same date as F1 for nine rounds, though only the Donington and Monza rounds happen in the same timezone. Given the different time schedules for F1 and WSBK, bike racing fans should not have to miss any of the action.

The Lausitzring was not the only option considered when WSBK looked at returning to Germany. The series was also in talks with the Sachsenring, as the MotoGP round is immensely popular there. In the end, Lausitz was chosen, WSBK having raced there previously from 2005 to 2007.

The calendar still has a couple of question marks over it. The Jerez round is still marked as subject to contract, its future still remaining uncertain. Attendance was very poor at both Jerez and Portimao, and organizers may have felt that having two rounds in relatively close proximity was reducing attendance for both. The loss of Portimao will be mourned, as it is a spectacular track in a stunning setting close to the Algarve coast, a popular vacation destination. However, the circuit could never tempt the tourists away from the beach and out to the track.

The Monza round is also still marked as being subject to homologation. The circuit is currently studying proposals to make the track safer and especially alter the first chicane without detracting from the character of the track. 

The calendar also reveals an imminent change to the format of the racing. Each of the events is marked as being spread over two days. What this means is that WSBK will now run their races on Saturday and Sunday, with WSBK race one on Saturday, and race two on Sunday. That is a format which had been used by the AMA and DMG, and which WSBK will hope will draw more fans in on the Saturday.

The biggest concern is that once again, the series has a very long summer break. The action stops after Monza on 24th July for nearly eight weeks, the WSBK riders taking to the track again at the Lausitzring on the 17th and 18th September.

Below is the official calendar released by the FIM:


MOTUL FIM Superbike & Supersport World Championships
FIM Superstock 1000 cc Cup

2016 provisional calendar, 19 November

DATE COUNTRY CIRCUIT WorldSBK WorldSSP STK1000
27-28 February Australia Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit X X  
12-13 March Thailand Chang International Circuit X X  
2-3 April Spain MotorLand Aragón X X X
16-17 April Netherlands TT Circuit Assen X X X
30-1 May Italy Autodromo Int. Enzo e Dino Ferrari di Imola X X X
14 -15 May Malaysia Sepang International Circuit X X  
28-29 May United Kingdom Donington Park X X X
18-19 June Italy Misano World Circuit ‘Marco Simoncelli’ X X X
9-10 July USA Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca X    
23-24 July Italy * Autodromo Nazionale di Monza X X X
17-18 September Germany Lausitzring X X X
1-2 October France Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours X X X
15-16 October Spain ** Circuito de Jerez X X X
29-30 October Qatar Losail International Circuit X X  

*(STH) Subject to homologation
**(STC) Subject to contract

(N.B Autodromo Vallelunga Circuit will act as a ́reserve ́)

Circuit Of Wales Clears Final Planning Hurdle

The proposed Circuit of Wales has cleared the final planning hurdle left standing between it and the start of construction. After an eight-day public inquiry, the decision was taken to approve the deregistering of common land needed for construction of the site. That clears the way for construction work to start once financing is in place.

The request to deregister common land was approved on the basis of extra land - 320 hectares, or some 800 acres - being provided to replace the deregistered land. The Planning Inspector charged with examining the proposal judged that the overall effect of the land swap would benefit the nature conservation efforts in the area. 

With approval now in place, the Circuit of Wales now waits for financing to be completed. The Heads of the Valleys Development Company, which will run and operate the site, say they have full financing in place of £200 million, with a large amount coming from Asia, according to BBC Wales. Though the financing has been agreed, the financial backers are still in the due diligence phase, in which investors check that the mathematics used to calculate the viability of the circuit is actually valid, and the promised return on investment will materialize.

Construction of the circuit is set to commence either late this year or at the beginning of next year, according to the Bikesocial website. The work is to be carried out by the Spanish construction firm FCC, who were also responsible for a lot of upgrade work at the Jerez circuit in the past.

The press release from the Circuit of Wales appears below:


CIRCUIT OF WALES COMPLETES FINAL PHASE IN PLANNING

  • Deputy Minister for Farming and Food approves S16 application
  • Private finance exclusivity contracts in place
  • Former Bahrain International Circuit CEO appointed new Circuit of Wales CEO

17 November 2015

Today, the Heads of the Valleys Development Company (HOTVDC) confirmed that the S16 application has been accepted clearing the final planning hurdle for the Circuit of Wales development.

After an extensive and robust eight-day Public Inquiry, sitting in March 2015, approval by the Deputy Minister for Farming and Food Rebecca Evans AM has permitted land previously designated as ‘common’ to be deregistered into private ownership. Throughout the Public Inquiry, Circuit of Wales presented detailed plans for substantial on and offsite mitigation highlighting the suitability of replacement land, which will lead to improved maintenance and ease of access.

Importantly, Planning Inspector Emyr Jones BSc (Hons) CEng NICE MCMI agreed stating in his report: "The likely out-turn of deregistration would be an overall enhancement of nature conservation interests[...]resulting in an overall nature conservation benefit as a result of the proposal as a whole."

Deputy Minister for Farming and Food Rebecca Evans commented: “For the reasons articulated in the report – both by the Inspector but also by other parties, I believe the socio-economic benefits that will result from the deregistration of the common land will be of significant public benefit to both the immediate area and beyond.”

With the approval of the S16 application, HOTVDC can reveal that the required financing package is in place to support the project for the full amount and have an exclusivity contract in place with the financial backers who are in the process of completing due diligence. Once these have been completed, the supporters of the project will be publicly announced and detailed construction timelines revealed.

Michael Carrick, CEO of HOTVDC commented: “We would like to thank local councils, Welsh Assembly Members and the local community who have supported the project throughout the planning process up to this point. The Circuit of Wales has the ability to generate thousands of employment opportunities, attract greater long-term investment and deliver regeneration into Blaenau Gwent and South Wales."

Following the end of the judicial review period, and once construction and finance contracts have been finalised, on-site activity will commence.

Additionally, HOTVDC are pleased to announce the appointment of Martin Whitaker as Circuit of Wales CEO who will be charged with managing the transformation of 830 acres of Blaenau Gwent into an international motorsport circuit, technology park and training facility, utilising his extensive experience of working both on and off track. This appointment will allow Michael Carrick to focus his attentions on his role as CEO of the Heads of the Valleys Development Company, specifically managing the financial aspects of the project whilst remaining an active board member for the Circuit of Wales.

Michael Carrick, CEO of HOTVDC commented: “Martin’s track record speaks for itself as he is one of the few men operating at the top level of international motorsport whose experience covers almost every facet of the sport. Martin has managed a modern Formula 1Ò venue at the Bahrain International Circuit, worked for both the sport’s governing body, the Federation Internationale de l’Autombile (FIA), and its commercial rights holder, plus the UK’s governing body - the RAC Motor Sports Association. Additionally, he has led a major motor manufacturer’s competition department and one of the world’s most celebrated racing series.

“The Circuit of Wales is already gaining experience and knowledge through our role as promoter of the British MotoGPTM. As we now focus our attentions on the build phase of the project, Martin’s guidance and experience will be invaluable to realising its potential as a catalyst for investment in the local economy and across the motorsport industry in Britain.”

After leaving the UK for the Kingdom of Bahrain, Martin was tasked with shaping every aspect of the Bahrain International Circuit as CEO helping to deliver the inaugural Formula 1 race in the Middle East in 2004. In subsequent years the circuit quickly became the ‘Home of motorsport in the Middle East’, attracting an array of international motorsport series, and developed into the leading corporate, cultural and community facility in a region without a long association with the sport.

Martin Whitaker, Circuit of Wales CEO, commented: “It is with enormous excitement that I look forward to working with Michael and the team at the Circuit of Wales to deliver this unique project for the British motorsport industry, the automobile industry and the people of Blaenau Gwent.

“I am passionate about the economic and social benefits that a venue such as the Circuit of Wales will bring, and firmly believe that the time is ripe for this development not only as an amazing entertainment and leisure centre, but also as an invaluable resource for the entire British motorsport and automotive

Aragon WSBK Test: Better Weather Sees Times Improve

Jonathan Rea leaves the Motorland Aragon circuit as the fastest man from the two-day World Superbike test at the circuit. Rea spent the day working on the engine management and electronics. The 2016 Kawasaki ZX-10R has shown itself to be a powerful machine, but the acceleration is not as easy to manage as the 2015 bike. Rea's Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes also lapped Aragon on Tuesday, after choosing to sit out the first day of the two-day test due to the weather conditions.

Chaz Davies was reported as being second fastest, though no official timing was available. According to the German-language website Speedweek, the Aruba.it Ducati rider posted a lap of 1'51.0, 0.7 slower than the time set by Rea. Davies tested electronics strategies, as well suspension components, in search of more precise steering. Javi Fores took the second Ducati out, standing in for the still injured Davide Giugliano.

Alex Lowes was the faster of the two Pata Yamaha bikes, 1.4 seconds quicker than his new teammate Sylvain Guintoli. The Pata Yamaha pair are still working mainly on getting used to the YZF-R1, running a bike basically in BSB spec, development a priority for later. 

The biggest improvement of the day came from Nicky Hayden, who dropped his time by 1.5 seconds from the first day of the test, ending just a tenth behind his teammate Michael van der Mark. The American once again worked his seating position and position on the bike, and learning his way around the team and getting to know his new crew chief, Gerardo Acocella.

The World Superbike teams now pack up and head south again, to Jerez, where they will test at the end of next week. 

Aragon WSBK Test: Fog Gets Nicky Hayden's World Superbike Debut Off To A Late Start

Nicky Hayden turned his first official laps as a World Superbike rider on Monday, putting the Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR through its paces for the first time. The test did not get off to a particularly auspicious start, the day delayed by a wet track and thick fog, which took a long time to clear. Nevertheless, Hayden took his first laps shortly before one, to try to get a feel for the bike. The first exit was on wet tires, the track still damp, and there was no serious action on the circuit until late in the afternoon, when the sun finally broke through the clouds.

Though no times were released, German-language website Speedweek reports that Hayden's best lap was a 1'53.3, 1.8 seconds off the fastest time of reigning world champion Jonathan Rea, who set a 1'51.5. Hayden spent a lot of time working on his position on the bike and the position of footpegs and seat. He also spent a lot of time with the electronics, trying to set them up to get a better connection between throttle and engine. You can read more of his comments on the Bikesportnews website.

Though all eyes were on Nicky Hayden, there were quite a few other teams at the track. The Kawasaki Racing team continued their work of preparing the new ZX-10R, with Jonathan Rea working on seating position and adapting to the new engine and chassis. Tom Sykes did not ride, waiting for better conditions expected tomorrow.

Yamaha were also present, Alex Lowes and Sylvain Guintoli continuing the work of preparing Yamaha's brand new YZF-R1 for its debut in the World Superbike class. The team had no new parts to test, but with a new bike to prepare, they had plenty of work to continue with after their test at Jerez. Chaz Davies was present for Ducati, concentrating on the engine of the Ducati Panigale 1199R. His teammate Davide Giugliano is not present at the test, as he is still recovering from the back injury he suffered earlier this year. Giugliano is now back riding motorcycles, however, and could make his return to testing at Jerez in ten days' time.

There were also a few World Supersport entries present. Most notable was PJ Jacobsen, working with the CORE Honda project ready for 2016. Testing continues on Tuesday, with better weather expected, and hopefully, a full day's testing for the teams.

Scott Jones Shoots The Grand Finale: Race Day Photos From Valencia


It's never been this busy at the back of the grid


Alex Rins, treading in the footsteps of Maverick Viñales in every way


Cal Crutchlow gets a push to his grid position


Miguel Oliveira had to win at Valencia, and he did just that. A glittering end to a glittering second half of the season


Danny Kent, meanwhile, suffered through some hard moments ensuring he finished in the top 14, including a battle with teammate Hiroki Ono


Tito Rabat came back with a bang, and a victory, at Valencia


The pressure at Valencia was indescribable


38 years of hurt...


Lorenzo leads, but Rossi is on a charge, already past nearly half the field


After he got past Smith, he was off to chase Petrucci


The Italian was the only rider to make way easily, though it cost him his position to Smith


Unstoppable. Rossi was up to fifth by lap 12, and past Dovizioso a lap later


The battle at the front: Marquez stalks, Lorenzo hammers


After losing ground, Pedrosa caught the leading pair in the latter stages


Close racing? It was for fifth


The race of his life was not enough for Rossi


As celebrations go, Lorenzo's for his fifth title was quite clever


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Casey Stoner To Return To Ducati In Testing Role, Wildcards A Possibility

Casey Stoner is set to make some form of return to MotoGP. The Australian is to switch back from Honda to Ducati, taking on a role as test rider for the Italian firm. There is a chance that Stoner could also be given one or more wildcard rides on Ducati's MotoGP bike.

The news comes after a series of rumors and stories, starting with the German language website Speedweek, and culminating with unofficial confirmation from Israeli TV MotoGP commentator Tammy Gorali. Ducati's Sporting Director Paolo Ciabatti spoke officially to journalists at Valencia, but refused to confirm the deal. "Casey is a hero of Ducati fans, he won so many races and was a world champion for Ducati in 2007," Ciabatti said. "We will see what the future brings but we know that his contract with Honda will expire at the end of this year and obviously if there's a chance to do something together we would love to do it."

Various paddock sources confirmed the deal to Tammy Gorali, including sources close to both sides of the deal. The agreement appears to have come about after a number of issues Stoner had as a test rider for Honda. The main issue for the Australian was the fact that HRC appeared to ignore the feedback he had given on the Honda RC213V MotoGP bike, especially the aggressiveness of the engine. When Honda then called Hiroshi Aoyama to stand in for Dani Pedrosa during his absence, passing over Casey Stoner, despite the fact that he had offered his services when Pedrosa withdrew to recover from arm pump surgery.

Stoner has a contract with HRC which lasts until the end of the year, so an official announcement will have to wait until 1st January. We will then get to hear about Ducati's full plans with Stoner, including any plans for wildcard rides he may be offered.

2016 MotoGP Provisional Rider Line Up

RIDER NATIONALITY TEAM MACHINE
4 ANDREA DOVIZIOSO ITALIAN DUCATI RACING TEAM DUCATI
6 STEFAN BRADL GERMAN APRILIA RACING TEAM GRESINI APRILIA
8 HECTOR BARBERA SPANISH AVINTIA RACING DUCATI
9 DANILO PETRUCCI ITALIAN OCTO PRAMAC RACING DUCATI
15 ALEX DE ANGELIS SAN MARINO IODARACING PROJECT ART
19 ALVARO BAUTISTA SPANISH APRILIA RACING TEAM GRESINI APRILIA
25 MAVERICK VINALES SPANISH TEAM SUZUKI ECSTAR SUZUKI
26 DANI PEDROSA SPANISH REPSOL HONDA TEAM HONDA
29 ANDREA IANNONE ITALIAN DUCATI RACING TEAM DUCATI
35 CAL CRUTCHLOW BRITISH LCR HONDA HONDA
38 BRADLEY SMITH BRITISH MONSTER YAMAHA TECH 3 YAMAHA
41 ALEIX ESPARGARO SPANISH TEAM SUZUKI ECSTAR SUZUKI
43 JACK MILLER AUSTRALIAN MARC VDS RACING TEAM HONDA
44 POL ESPARGARO SPANISH MONSTER YAMAHA TECH 3 YAMAHA
45 SCOTT REDDING BRITISH OCTO PRAMAC RACING DUCATI
46 VALENTINO ROSSI ITALIAN MOVISTAR YAMAHA MotoGP YAMAHA
50 EUGENE LAVERTY IRISH ASPAR MotoGP TEAM DUCATI
53 TITO RABAT SPANISH ESTRELLA GALICIA 0,0 MARC VDS HONDA
68 YONNY HERNANDEZ COLOMBIAN ASPAR MotoGP TEAM DUCATI
76 LORIS BAZ FRENCH AVINTIA RACING DUCATI
93 MARC MARQUEZ SPANISH REPSOL HONDA TEAM HONDA
99 JORGE LORENZO SPANISH MOVISTAR YAMAHA MotoGP YAMAHA
TOTAL
22 ENTRIES
 

2016 Provisional Moto2 Rider Line Up

RIDER NATIONALITY TEAM MACHINE
2 JESKO RAFFIN SWISS STOP AND GO RACING TEAM KALEX
3 SIMONE CORSI ITALIAN SPEED UP SPEED UP
5 JOHANN ZARCO FRENCH AJO MOTORSPORT KALEX
7 LORENZO BALDASSARI ITALIAN FORWARD TEAM KALEX
10 LUCA MARINI ITALIAN FORWARD TEAM KALEX
11 SANDRO CORTESE GERMAN DYNAVOLT INTACT GP KALEX
12 THOMAS LUTHI SWISS DERENDINGER INTERWETTEN KALEX
14 RATTHAPARK WILAIROT THAI IDEMITSU HONDA TEAM ASIA KALEX
17 EFREN VAZQUEZ SPANISH IODARACING PROJECT SRL SUTER
19 XAVIER SIMEON BELGIAN QMMF RACING TEAM SPEED UP
21 FRANCO MORBIDELLI ITALIAN ESTRELLA GALICIA 0,0 MARC VDS KALEX
22 SAM LOWES BRITISH FEDERAL OIL GRESINI Moto2 KALEX
23 MARCEL SCHROTTER GERMAN AGR TEAM KALEX
25 AZLAN SHAH MALAYSIAN JPMOTO MALAYSIA KALEX
27 FEDERICO FULIGNI ITALIAN AGP RACING SUTER
30 TAKAAKI NAKAGAMI JAPANESE IDEMITSU HONDA TEAM ASIA KALEX
32 ISAAC VINALES SPANISH TECH 3 TECH 3
33 ALESSANDRO TONUCCI ITALIAN TASCA RACING SCUDERIA Moto2 KALEX
39 LUIS SALOM SPANISH STOP AND GO RACING TEAM KALEX
40 ALEX RINS SPANISH PAGINAS AMARILLAS HP 40 KALEX
44 MIGUEL OLIVEIRA PORTUGUESE LEOPARD RACING KALEX
49 AXEL PONS SPANISH AGR TEAM KALEX
52 DANNY KENT BRITISH LEOPARD RACING KALEX
54 MATTIA PASINI ITALIAN ITALTRANS RACING TEAM KALEX
55 HAFIZH SYAHRIN MALAYSIAN PETRONAS RACELINE MALAYSIA KALEX
57 EDGAR PONS SPANISH PAGINAS AMARILLAS HP 40 KALEX
60 JULIAN SIMON SPANISH QMMF RACING TEAM SPEED UP
70 ROBIN MULHAUSER SWISS TECHNOMAG INTERWETTEN KALEX
73 ALEX MARQUEZ SPANISH ESTRELLA GALICIA 0,0 MARC VDS KALEX
77 DOMINIQUE AEGERTER SWISS TECHNOMAG INTERWETTEN KALEX
87 REMY GARDNER AUSTRALIAN AGP RACING SUTER
88 RICKY CARDUS SPANISH JPMOTO MALAYSIA KALEX
94 JONAS FOLGER GERMAN DYNAVOLT INTACT GP KALEX
97 XAVI VIERGE SPANISH TECH 3 TECH 3
TOTAL
34 ENTRIES

2016 Provisional Moto3 Rider Line Up

RIDER NATIONALITY TEAM MACHINE
4 FABIO DI GIANNANTONIO ITALIAN GRESINI RACING Moto3 HONDA
5 ROMANO FENATI ITALIAN SKY RACING TEAM VR46 KTM
6 MARIA HERRERA SPANISH TEAM LAGLISSE KTM
7 ADAM NORRODIN MALAYSIAN DRIVE M7 SIC RACING TEAM HONDA
8 NICOLO BULEGA ITALIAN SKY RACING TEAM VR46 KTM
9 JORGE NAVARRO SPANISH ESTRELLA GALICIA 0,0 HONDA
10 ALEXIS MASBOU FRENCH SAXOPRINT RTG PEUGEOT
11 LIVIO LOI BELGIAN RW RACING GP BV HONDA
16 ANDREA MIGNO ITALIAN SKY RACING TEAM VR46 KTM
17 JOHN McPHEE BRITISH SAXOPRINT RTG PEUGEOT
19 GABRIEL RODRIGO ARGENTINIAN RBA RACING TEAM KTM
20 FABIO QUARTARARO FRENCH LEOPARD RACING KTM
21 FRANCESCO BAGNAIA ITALIAN MAPFRE TEAM MAHINDRA MAHINDRA
23 NICCOLO ANTONELLI ITALIAN ONGETTA-RIVACOLD HONDA
24 TATSUKI SUZUKI JAPANESE CIP MAHINDRA
29 STEFANO MANZI ITALIAN MTA TEAM ITALIA MAHINDRA
33 ENEA BASTIANINI ITALIAN GRESINI RACING Moto3 HONDA
36 JOAN MIR SPANISH LEOPARD RACING KTM
40 DARRYN BINDER S-AFRICAN OUTOX RESET DRINK TEAM MAHINDRA
41 BRAD BINDER S-AFRICAN RED BULL KTM AJO KTM
43 STEFANO VALTULINI ITALIAN MTA TEAM ITALIA MAHINDRA
44 ARON CANET SPANISH ESTRELLA GALICIA 0,0 HONDA
48 LORENZO DALLA PORTA ITALIAN TEAM LAGLISSE KTM
55 ANDREA LOCATELLI ITALIAN LEOPARD RACING KTM
58 JUANFRAN GUEVARA SPANISH RBA RACING TEAM KTM
64 BO BENDSNEYDER DUTCH RED BULL KTM AJO KTM
65 PHILIPP OETTL GERMAN SCHEDL GP RACING KTM
76 HIROKI ONO JAPANESE HONDA TEAM ASIA HONDA
84 JAKUB KORNFEIL CZECH DRIVE M7 SIC RACING TEAM HONDA
88 JORGE MARTIN SPANISH MAPFRE TEAM MAHINDRA MAHINDRA
89 KHAIRUL IDHAM PAWI MALAYSIAN HONDA TEAM ASIA HONDA
92 MARTIN VANHAEREN BELGIAN CIP MAHINDRA
95 JULES DANILO FRENCH ONGETTA-RIVACOLD HONDA
98 KAREL HANIKA CZECH OUTOX RESET DRINK TEAM MAHINDRA
TOTAL
34 ENTRIES

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