Moto2 rider Romano Fenati grabbed the brakes of a fellow driver during the race. He could have killed his rival.
No one would even want to compete against this guy after this. He’s dangerous obviously to everyone on the track.
Moto2 rider Romano Fenati is banned from riding for the rest of the year, after a hearing in Switzerland. But, his licence for the new season could be reinstated under certain conditions. Rider Fenati pulled the brake lever while at high-speed during a race in Misano, Italy.
The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme, also withdraws Romano Fenati’s license for racing in 2018. But, he can re-apply in 2019. But will have to pass all the criteria.
At a #Moto2 race in Misano, audience showed a black flag to rider Romano Fenati. He was disqualified after grabbing another rider’s brakes at high-speed.
Sportsmen are losing all their ethics these days. From spitting on people to holding your rival’s bike’s brakes, for real? His victory might have costed the other driver his life. Hard to find sense in people these days.
FIM MotoGP Stewards 📋
— MotoGP™🏁🇪🇸 (@MotoGP) September 9, 2018
FIM also withdraws Romano Fenati's racing license for 2018. He can re-apply in 2019 but will have to pass all the criterias. #MotoGP riders Cal Crutchlow, Marc Marquez and Andrea Dovizioso view the incident and the aftermath: https://t.co/WMTHt0h7ap #Moto2 #Misano pic.twitter.com/exWFTcKLsW
— FormulaRapida.net 🇬🇧 🇺🇸 (@FormulaRapidaEN) September 21, 2018
— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) September 9, 2018
@RomanoFenati Please don’t quit for good☹️Many riders have done stupid/dangerous things in their past. People have regretted them straight after,like you. They apologised,like you. They learnt like you will. But don’t go away forever..you have too much talent to be wasted ❤️x
— sharron claire best (@sharron333) September 22, 2018