Penalties that should match the crime. In my book, attempting murder is worse than doping or making a mockery of an appeal process. Your mileage may vary. Thanks for the additional information. There is something very wrong with the above. The FIM should not just align itself with those other bodies because the sports it administers are completely different from Olympic sports or cycling, for instance. The FIM has its own rules for lesser sporting offenses. If you jump the start in track and field, the race is stopped and you get disqualified. The FIM felt that a long-lap penalty is probably more appropriate to their sports. Why is doping different? The penalty system doesn't fit with motorcycle racing. The offense has much less impact on results, if any. Why is the penalty the same? The solution is not developing their own anti-doping monitoring system. Rather, the goal should be to develop a different relationship with WADA and convince them to look at sports individually and take their specificities into account to develop a penalty schedule. And if they say "it's our way or the highway," well, fuck them! The mobile clinic can do basic testing for weed and cocaine and things that can generally impact decision-making or reflexes. Maybe there will be a few dopers but performance-enhancing drugs are never going to turn Xavier Simeon into Marc Márquez. Unlike his riding. skills, his personality brings nothing to MotoGP. But his right to be on the grid should be defended because the next time some bullshit happens, it could be someone you like.