That’s certainly not the case. In MotoGP™, the FIM create the rules, together with the Grand Prix Commission, and apply the rules and the relevant sanctions issued by the FIM MotoGP Stewards panel. The FIM is also in charge of circuit homologation, safety – including all medical aspects – and the antidoping programme. If that’s not enough, their remit also covers the training of the officials, including the Race Director, Clerk of the Course, marshals, and the technical and environmental stewards. This important training is conducted through FIM seminars delivered by FIM instructors around the world.
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