The latest on the Valentino Rossi MotoGP Sepang Clash is that The Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) has dismissed the request by Valentino Rossi for stay of execution of FIM Stewards’ decision according to a report published on 

On 4 November 2015, a preliminary hearing was held at the headquarters of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne in the matter Valentino Rossi v. the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme. The FIM was represented by its Legal Director, Mr Richard Perret.Following the hearing, the CAS issued an Order dismissing the application for a stay filed by Mr Rossi concerning the decision rendered on 25 October 2015 by the FIM Stewards.

The CAS ruling on the request for stay of execution does not prejudge the final award on the merits of the case.

In appealing to the CAS against the decision of the FIM Stewards, Mr Rossi seeks annulment or modification of the FIM Stewards’ decision taken at the Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix in Sepang, in which the FIM Stewards confirmed the 3 penalty points awarded by the Race Direction to Mr Rossi following an incident on Turn 14.

The FIM takes note of the ruling of the CAS. As a consequence of this ruling, at the Gran Premi de la Comunitat Valenciana, last race of the FIM World Championship Grand Prix, Mr Rossi will start from the last position on the Grid.



  1. You really wonder about this decision. How MotoGP and the FIM can accept a synthetically created championship is beyond me. must be some very large cash exchanging hands in a back room…

    Governing bodies of all sports are corrupted. Applying rules and regulations arbitrarily. Inconsistency and favoritism is so apparent and is so disgusting. They are like micro examples of corrupted governments.
    Where the politics of sport are bought and sold with large corporate infusions of cash. Most reprehensible mate.

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