Aug 16, 2001
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FIM officials carried out alcohol and drug testing in conjunction with the 24-hour Endurance World Championship event held July 14-15 at Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium. All test results were negative for banned substances.<BR><BR>Those tested for alcohol included Frenchmen Bertrand Sebileau, Eric Mizera and Mathieu Lagrive; Germans Frank Schueller, Karston Schmidt and Klaus Schulz; and Swiss Dave Rollier, Head Carrard, and Claude-Alain Jaggi.<BR><BR>Riders tested for drugs included Christophe Guyot, Nicolas Dussauge and Sebastien Scarnato of France; Peter Jennings, Dean Ellison and Russell Baker of England; and Danny Schildermans, Dirk Buylinckx and Benjamin Pister of Belgium.<BR><BR>More drug testing was carried out July 29 during the Brands Hatch World Superbike and Supersport event. Riders testing clean included Italian Superbike rider Mauro Sanchini, British Superbike pilot Sean Emmett, French Superbike rider Regis Laconi, Australian Supersport rider Shannon Johnson, French Supersport competitor Christophe Cogan, and Spanish Supersport racer Pere Riba. <BR>