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Feb 1, 2014

FIM Finds Racers To Be Drug-Free

MotoGP rider Stefan Bradl (6) was one of several racers found to be drug-free in FIM anti-doping testing late in 2013.

FIM Anti-doping controls

FIM Endurance World Championship

Le Mans (France) – 21 September

Anti-doping controls were carried out during the FIM Endurance World Championship meeting, held on 21 September in Le Mans, France.

No prohibited substances or their metabolites, or markers, or the use of prohibited methods were found in the tested samples.

The riders tested were:

EWC

Kenny FORAY (FRA)

Grégory LE BLAN (FRA)

Guy MARTIN (GBR)

SST1000cc

Claude LUCAS (FRA)

Florian MARINO (FRA)

Etienne MASSON (FRA)

More, from another press release issued by FIM:

FIM Anti-doping controls

FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix Valencia (Spain) – 10 November

Anti-doping controls were carried out during the FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix meeting, held on 10 November in Valencia, Spain.

No prohibited substances or their metabolites, or markers, or the use of prohibited methods were found in the tested samples.

The riders tested were:

MotoGP

Stefan BRADL (GER)

Aleix ESPARGARO (ESP)

Bradley SMITH (GBR)

Moto2

Simone CORSI (ITA)

Nicolas TEROL (ESP)

Esteve RABAT (ESP)

Moto3

Jonas FOLGER (GER)

Alexis MASBOU (FRA)

Efren VAZQUEZ (ESP)