A technical infringement found on his bike means Victor Nuñez has been disqualified from both the Aragon and Teruel Rounds
Spanish FIM Supersport 300 Championship rider Victor Nuñez (2R Racing) has lost his maiden WorldSSP300 win after he was disqualified from both the Prosecco DOC Aragon Round and Pirelli Teruel Round, meaning his win where he battled from 30th on the grid at MotorLand Aragon has been lost.
Following a protest from the Biblion Motoxracing Yamaha WorldSSP300 outfit, it was found Nuñez’s Kawasaki Ninja 400 machine had a modified cylinder head in the inlet port area, a breach of the WorldSSP300 technical regulations. The result had moved Nuñez up to tenth place in the WorldSSP300 standings, but he will now lose all the points he has collected this season following the decision; having scored in all four races across the two rounds.
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