Ex renault formula 1 team boss flavio briatore has had his lifetime ban from motorsport reversed.

The Italian was banned by the sport’s governing body, the FIA, for his controversial involvement in Nelson Piquet Jr’s purposeful crash at the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix.

The French high court lifted the ban and granted Briatore £13,500 in compensation. The judge said: “The court ruled the sanction was illegal.”

We got the news that FIA will launch an appeal against the decision.
The new FIA president, Jean Todt, has also talked about setting up a new disciplinary process to deal with similar incidents
Renault’s former head of engineering Symonds ban also lifted by the court.
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