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Fenati handed two-race ban for Moto2 brake incident

By Reuters
10 September 2018   |   3:33 pm
Francesco Bagnaia of Italy may have taken the Moto 2 race honours at the San Marino Grand Prix on Sunday (September 9), but it was Romano Fenati's antics that grabbed all the headlines.

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