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The FIM carried out routine substance-control testing September 9 at Estoril in Portugal. All test samples were free of any illegal substances. Riders tested included: Katja Poensgen, Tetsuya Harada, Youichi Ui, Massimiliano "Max" Sabbatani and Daniel Pedrosa.<BR><BR>David de Gea was scheduled to be tested at Estoril but because of "administrative reasons" de Gea wasn't tested until later at the Malaysian Grand Prix in Sepang. De Gea's sample showed no traces of controlled substances.<BR>