The Sports Council of the Italian Karting Federation (ACI) has previously suspended the licenses of Luca Corberi, Marco Corberi and the South Garda track in Lonato after very serious events that took place at the World Karting Championship race on October 4.
Footage of Corberi’s embarrassing behavior after a collision with rival Paolo Ippolito immediately flooded social media, all of which began after the 23-year-old racer resigned in the ninth round of the World Kart Series finals.
In the live broadcast of the race, it was possible to see Corberi waiting by the track with the bumper of his go-kart, then throwing it in the direction of his opponent, blaming him for his resignation. It all continued even after the end of the race, when Corberi attacked his opponent, and his father, who is also the owner of the racetrack where the race took place, joined him in the fight.
ACI, after Luca Corberi, a driver who abused his rival by throwing part of his go-kart at him and started a fight in the parc fermé apologized, initiating proceedings and awaiting a verdict from the federal prosecutor.
The Sports Council gave a sharp and strong condemnation of what happened and called on the Federal Prosecutor to consider proposing to the sports judge the maximum sanction provided by the rules and to confirm the prior immediate revocation of the licenses of Luca Corberi, Marco Corberi and the racetrack, reads a report published by the Italian Automobile Club.