act prejudicial to the interests of the motorsport

Max gets 'public service' punishment for pushing Ocon (ESPN.com)

The Red Bull driver was found guilty of performing an "act prejudicial to the interests of the motorsport" after he retaliated to an on-track incident by tracking down [Esteban] Ocon and physically confronting him after the race. The altercation was filmed by French TV cameras, and although it was not clear what the two drivers said to each other before the dispute became physical, Verstappen clearly shoved Ocon in the chest three times.

I don't know why, but I don't like Max Verstappen.

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