Italian kart racer gets 15-year ban for bumper-throwing incident

Tempers can run warm in motor racing, but irrespective of the depth of the levels of competition, motorists need to keep it jointly much better than Luca Corberi, who was competing in an FIA Globe Karting Championship party in Italy last slide. Immediately after getting sidelined from the race, Corberi threw a piece of bodywork from his kart at a rival racer on the monitor. Corberi missed his meant focus on but a further driver struck the errant bumper. And following the race was in excess of, Corberi charged at his rival and began punching him.

The two incidents have been captured on video and posted on the @F1FeederSeries1 Twitter account (by using The Generate).

Now, six months later on, the FIA has handed Corberi a fifteen-calendar year ban from all motor racing sanctioned by the organization.

Immediately after the incident, Corberi took to Facebook to issue an apology for attacking racer Paolo Ippolito, with whom he had tangled on the monitor. “I might like to apologize to the motorsport community for what I have carried out,” he wrote, incorporating that he was quitting motorsports levels of competition for lifestyle.

The FIA ban, at minimum, aids cement that decision. Meanwhile, Corberi may well want to think about some anger-management lessons.

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