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Luca Corberi Throws Bumper At Opposing Drivers In FIA ​​KZ World Championship, Starts Brawl After Race

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Luca Corberi Throws Bumper At Opposing Drivers In FIA ​​KZ World Championship, Starts Brawl After Race

Italian kart driver Luca Corberi attempted to throw his bumper at a rival driver during the FIA KZ World Championship.


Corberi was taking part in the Lonato circuit and was forced to retire after coming in contact with another driver.

However, Corberi hung around at the side of the track and picked up the bumper from his car.


What followed was the 23-year-old attempting to throw it at other drivers on the track as commentators stated, "I'm sorry, that is absolutely unacceptable."

He then stomped across the rest of the track. Luckily, the opposite driver did not suffer any injuries from the attack.

Following the race, Corberi started a brawl in the pit with an unnamed driver before other competitors intervened.


It isn't the first time a motosport athlete has attempted to cause serious harm to their opponent during a race.

As the pair jostled for position on the straight, he went to extreme lengths to try and gain an advantage on his opponent, producing one of the most bizarre and dangerous moments going.


To the surprise of absolutely no-one, he was disqualified and given a suspension for two Grand Prixs for "irresponsible riding". His team then let him go following the incident.

"The Marinelli Snipers Team shall terminate the contract with the rider Romano Fenati, from now on, for his unsporting, dangerous and damaging conduct for the image of all," read a statement from Marinelli Snipers.


"With extreme regret, we have to note that his irresponsible act endangered the life of another rider and can't be apologised (for) in no way."

Fenati explained that he was "not a man" following the incident.

"I apologise to the whole sports world. This morning, with a clear mind, I wish it had been just a bad dream," he said.


"I think back to those moments, I made a disgraceful gesture, I was not a man.

"The criticisms are correct and I understand the resentment towards me. I want to apologise to everyone who believed in me and all those who felt hurt by my actions."

Featured Image Credit: F1 Feeder Series/Twitter

Topics: News, F1

Daniel Marland
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