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In 2020, Luca Corberi attracts attention with a Rambo action in Kart-Sport. Now the FIA confirms the long punishment against the scandal driver.
no grace for the kart-rambo!
The Automobile World Association FIA has the objection of Luca Corberi and confirms his lock of 15 years. The 23-year-old will be able to participate in any FIA event for a long time.
What had happened?
At a race on October 4, 2020 in Italian Logano, the Italian starts at the Kart World Cup in the KZ Class. During the race, he provides a duel with his compatriot Paolo Ippolito around position 15 that ends with a collision and the Loganos.
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Afterwards, he finished out completely and threw his front bumper on the one round later past him past him Ippolito. He then began a brawl in the Parc Fermé.Resignation Posse for Luca Corberi
Afterwards it became curious: First he explained his resignation via Facebook the following day. "I would like to apologize to the motorsport world for what I've done. There is no excuse that can explain why I dazed as dirt, "he showed himself rousingly and added," That's never happened to me in the 15 years of my career, and I seriously hope that we would in the future too from no one will see more. To do so, he announced "for the rest of my life no longer participate in motorsport events."
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After a short time he deleted the postings again and did not want to know anything about his resignation. Therefore, he appealed against the punishment. His lawyer argued that in winter sports an athlete after a convent insult of a competitor was only blocked for a race.
This opposition refused the FIA now. Even an offer over 50,000 euros penalty and voluntary participation in a behavioral course for young racers did not provide grace for the judges.
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