Italian rider Romano Fenati, who used to be banned for pulling a rival’s brake lever whilst travelling at 135mph all through a race, is ready to return subsequent season.
Fenati grabbed the brake lever of compatriot Stefano Manzi, who in brief misplaced his steadiness earlier than regaining keep an eye on, all through the San Marino Moto2.
The 22-year-old will return to his former group, the Marinelli Snipers, who had sacked him after the incident.
Fenati will compete within the Moto3 World Championship, a demotion from Moto2.
The information used to be showed as the game launched its provisional riders record for the 2019 season.
After the incident in September, Fenati apologised for a “disgraceful gesture” and Giovanni Castiglioni, president of rival group Agusta, described it as “the most dangerous act of behaviour” he had observed.
The International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) had withdrawn his licence till the top of 2018, that means any possible return would now not be till 2019.
Fenati has 10 Moto3 race wins in his occupation, and has reached the rostrum 23 instances.