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Moto2: Cal Crutchlow calls for life ban for Italian rider who grabbed rival's brake


Romano Fenati grabs fellow Italian Stefano Manzi's brake lever


British MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow has called for Romano Fenati to be banned from racing for life after the Italian pressed a rival's brake lever during a race on Sunday.

Fenati, competing in the second-tier Moto2 event in San Marino, was black flagged for grabbing fellow Italian Stefano Manzi's brake on a straight.

Read more: Moto2: Cal Crutchlow calls for life ban for Italian rider who grabbed rival's brake

MotoGP: Andrea Dovizioso secures third win of the season for Ducati

Andrea Dovizioso has also won in Qatar and the Czech Republic this season



Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso secured a third win of the season with victory in Sunday's San Marino MotoGP as Britain's Cal Crutchlow came third at Misano.

Italian Dovizioso finished 2.822 seconds ahead of world champion and current championship leader Marc Marquez of Honda.

Read more: MotoGP: Andrea Dovizioso secures third win of the season for Ducati

McLaren: British teenager Lando Norris to replace Stoffel Vandoorne

Norris has made his name by winning titles in several junior categories



British teenager Lando Norris is to replace Stoffel Vandoorne at McLaren after the Belgian driver announced he is to leave at the end of the season.

Norris, 18, has been the team's reserve driver and took part in first practice sessions in Belgium and Italy in 2018.

Read more: McLaren: British teenager Lando Norris to replace Stoffel Vandoorne

Italian GP: Lewis Hamilton passes Kimi Raikkonen to win thriller, Vettel fourth


Lewis Hamilton celebrates winning the Italian GP



Lewis Hamilton took a thrilling and controversial victory in the Italian Grand Prix following a first-lap clash with title rival Sebastian Vettel.

The Mercedes driver fought a cat-and-mouse battle with Vettel's team-mate Kimi Raikkonen throughout the race and eventually passed him around the outside of the first corner with nine laps to go.

Read more: Italian GP: Lewis Hamilton passes Kimi Raikkonen to win thriller, Vettel fourth

F1 halo: Charles Leclerc 'could have been saved' by protection at Belgian GP

Impact marks show where Alonso's car made contact with Leclerc's car



Fernando Alonso said F1's 'halo' head protection may have saved Charles Leclerc in their huge crash in Belgium.

Alonso's McLaren landed on top of Leclerc's Sauber after being launched into the air by Renault's Nico Hulkenberg, who missed his braking point at the first corner at Spa.

Read more: F1 halo: Charles Leclerc 'could have been saved' by protection at Belgian GP


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