F2 driver’s dad banned from Silverstone as fight breaks out with team trainer

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AN F2 driver’s dad has had his credentials eliminated for Silverstone after an altercation within the paddock.

F2 driver's dad banned from Silverstone as fight breaks out with team trainer

Cem Bolukbasi’s father has been banned from Silverstone (Picture: Getty / Sky Sports activities F1)

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F2 star Cem Bolukbasi’s father has been banned from the British Grand Prix after a battle with Roy Nissany’s coach in Azerbaijan. The FIA declare the Turkish star’s dad, Yavuz Bolukbasi, was concerned in a “provoked heated verbal change” with Nissany as he stormed the group’s paddock tent.

Nevertheless, the FIA claims the battle escalated as Nissany’s coach received concerned. This led to some pushing and bodily contact between Mr Bolukbasi and Nissany’s group coach Francesco.

The FIA burdened that bodily violence is not going to be tolerated within the paddock and have slapped a sequence of punishments on the household. Cem Bolukbasi has been fined £4,282 (5000 euros) which should be paid inside 48 hours.

The FIA additionally confirmed Yazuv’s accreditation shall be “withdrawn for the subsequent occasion” which is Silverstone firstly of July. The FIA report learn: “After an on-track incident between Vehicles 16 and 23 the daddy of the motive force of Automobile 23, Mr Yavuz Bolukbasi, together with the motive force’s supervisor went to the DAMS Paddock tent.

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F2 driver's dad banned from Silverstone as fight breaks out with team trainer

The pair collided at flip two within the function race (Picture: Sky Sports activities F1)

“Mr Bolukbasi admitted that he misplaced his mood when he thought that the motive force of Automobile 16 made a derogatory remark about his son. On the DAMS tent Mr Bolukbasi provoked a heated verbal change with the motive force of Automobile 16. Because the verbal change escalated the coach for Roy Nissany turned concerned and there was some pushing and bodily contact between the daddy and the coach (Francesco).

“No punches have been exchanged and the undesirable company have been faraway from the world. At no time will bodily violence, nor the specter of such be tolerated.

“In step with ISC (Worldwide Sporting Code) Artwork 9.15.1 Opponents are liable for all acts of individuals to whom they’ve given entry to the Reserved Areas.

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F2 driver's dad banned from Silverstone as fight breaks out with team trainer

Cem Bolukbasi has additionally been fined for the altercation (Picture: Getty)

“The specter of violence and the precise minor scuffle that came about as initiated by Mr Bolukbasi are decided to be a breach of ISC 12.2.1(c).” The battle was induced after the pair collided throughout the System 2 function race held hours earlier than the F1 Grand Prix.

Each drivers have been pressured to retire after making contact after going side-by-side into flip two. Nissany held the surface line however Bolukbasi slammed into his tyres, throwing each automobiles into the wall.

Moments later, Nissany branded the Charouz driver an ‘fool’ over his group radio. Nevertheless, Bolukbasi protested his innocence within the collision, including: “he simply f****** hit me man.”

Yavuz Bolukbasi issued an announcement claiming he needed to “right” the FIA assertion.

He informed Autosport: “After the accident, I went to their tent to debate the phrase he used for Cem, and Nissany swore closely at me. After that there was a verbal argument between us.”

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