F1 CEO has glasses broken by former driver during charity football match

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STEFANO DOMENICALI had his glasses damaged while participating in a charity soccer match.

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Method 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali had his glasses damaged by former driver Daniil Kvyat after the pair had been concerned in a charity soccer match. Domencali featured within the exhibition match in Monaco forward of this week’s Grand Prix, and was in aim for one of many two groups.

The Italian was not the one F1 star to function within the match, as ex-Pink Bull driver Kvyat featured on the opposition staff to the racing boss. 13 minutes into the sport Kvyat had the possibility to get his identify on the scoresheet as he raced by way of on aim following a by way of ball.

The one man in his manner although was Domenicali, because the CEO flew off his line to take out the previous Pink Bull man in a crunching one-on-one problem. Regardless of stopping a aim it wasn’t all excellent news for the Italian, who lay flat out on the ground following the problem.

Domenicali ultimately received again to his toes, however was with out his all-important glasses. Brushing himself down, he loved a light-hearted giggle with Kvyat, earlier than being handed his glasses again by one other certainly one of his opponents.

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F1 CEO has glasses broken by former driver during charity football match

Stefano Domenicali broke his glasses in a soccer match. (Picture: SKY SPORTS F1)

The hilarious collision was uploaded to social media, and various Method 1 followers unsurprisingly noticed the humorous facet, evaluating the deal with to a crash on the race observe. One Twitter person – @@f1patrick_33 – joked: “Race management: incident between Domenicali and Kvyat below investigation.”

While @james_m2603 added: “10 second penalty for Domenicalli for inflicting a collision.” Domenicali is in Monaco for this week’s Grand Prix, with the famed road race some of the recognisable on the F1 schedule. There are fears although that the historic meet could possibly be no extra sooner or later, with the Italian beforehand warning that the historic fixtures might properly lose their race weekends.

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In line with the I, F1 homeowners Liberty Media are ‘eager to increase the deal’ with Monaco, however F1 bosses are eager on revamping the circuit and infrastructure across the well-known race. One man who’s hoping the Monaco GP does stay on the calendar is seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton. Earlier this month he stated: “It’s one of many crown jewels of our sport. 

“So I’m not likely certain it might be nice to lose it. There are good bits… I assume that the troublesome half is that the racing itself just isn’t that spectacular. Everybody that goes enjoys it. It’s a prime location. Adjusting the observe just isn’t simple as a result of it’s the second smallest nation on the earth so we don’t have lots of area there. Many people reside in Monaco. However it’s simply that iconic standing it has, the historical past that it has, that’s so interesting to drivers but in addition to people who are watching.”


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