MotoGP Racer In Hot Water For Dangerous Stunt
September 13th, 2018
There’s competitive racing and then there’s Moto2 racer, Romano Fenati. While in a race in Italy last weekend, the driver was caught pulling the brake lever or fellow racer, Stefano Mazi. And while Mazi was able to maintain control (luckily) and nothing serious came from the stunt, Fenati was immediately disqualified from the race after citing irresponsible riding. The reaction from the industry was just as serious. His fellow racers recommended a lifetime ban from the competition and his time fired him before dropping him from his 2019 contract. Now, it’s reported that an Italian nonprofit consumer-rights group has reported the incident to a prosecutor’s office with the hopes of an investigation of attempted murder. What do you think is the appropriate punishment?
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