[WATCH] Motor biker pulls on his rival's brake, sacked from team

Motor bike competitor Romano Fenati pulled up next to rival Stefano Manzi at the Moto2 race in San Marino on Sunday and reaching over with his hand, squeezed the front brake at high speed.

Manzi almost lost control of his bike and 22-year-old Fenati was disqualified. But following the dangerous incident his team have sacked him for his irresponsible behaviour.

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