Italian driver Karter Luca Corberi issued an apology and vowed that he would never participate in racing competitions again.
意大利车手卡尔特·卢卡·科贝里（Karter Luca Corberi）道歉，并发誓他永远不会再参加赛车比赛。
Corberg was the subject of an official FIA investigation. He threw a bumper at Paul Ippolito at the FIA World Karting Championship in Lonato, Italy, and had a physical conflict after the game.
Felipe Massa, chairman of the FIA Karting Committee, described the actions of the persons involved in the case as "unacceptable" and stated that they would bear the "consequences" for their actions.
On Monday, Koberg wrote an article on Facebook, apologizing for what he had done, and vowed not to participate in racing.
"I want to apologize to motorsport for what I did," he wrote before deleting the post and Facebook profile.
"There is no excuse to explain why I acted so disgracefully. In my 15-year career, this is something I have never done before, and I really hope I will never see it again in the future."
"After the game, once the sports referee calls me, I will ask them to revoke my driver's license because I am fully aware that I made an irreparable mistake, but as they showed me, they have no right to do so. , This is written in the international rules, so please don’t oppose them, they are just working in the best way they can."
"For this reason, I decided not to participate in any other racing competitions for the rest of my life. This is not self-punishment, it is just the right thing."
"My family has been engaged in karting since 1985. We have seen its growth, and we have seen its best and worst parts. This episode will be the worst episode of the sport we are engaged in. This is I will never forget."
"I don't deserve your forgiveness. I completely agree with the punishment you are asking for."
"I am writing this letter today to say sorry, even if it is not enough, because so many bad things happened in this game, I did the worst thing in history, a person who loves this sport, is experiencing After the worst day of his life, he will still remember his fond memories of racing."