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Russian driver suspected of making a Nazi salute on the podium has had his license revoked

Le Scan Sport – The Italian Automobile Club has revoked the license of the Russian driver Artem Severyukhin he was racing with after his “unspeakable and unacceptable” gesture.

The gesture of Artem Severiukhin, the 15-year-old Russian karting driver who is highly suspected of giving the Nazi salute to Portimão last weekend, has caused an uproar in the motorsport world. The FIA ​​immediately opened an investigation into the driving that was deemed “UnacceptableFrom the driver, his team, Ward Racing, brought him down.

For its part, the Italian Automobile Club held an extraordinary meeting to examine the condition of the Russian who drives the car under an Italian license. At the end of this meeting, the ACI noted that Severiukhin’s license had been revoked while describing the teen’s behavior as “Indescribable and unacceptable».

TransAlbin officials explained that Severyukhin, who unfortunately excelled after winning the European Karting Championships Tour in Portugal, has been referred to sports justice.It assesses the definition of other penalties that fall within its purview.»


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