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A driver punched a hole in his hotel room wall.
AUTOSPORT editors thought that deserved top billing, or even mentioning?
Was it in a hotel or the team's hospitality suite?
I actually don't much mind them doing these sorts of things and I doubt
it's that uncommon. Sports persons go onto the track/field pumped up for
the contest and they can't just turn that off.
That was nothing to do with coming off the field of play and being pumped up.
Agreed, although Stokes *had* been playing that day.
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It was outside a night club at 2:30 in the morning. There's a suggestion that Hales and Stokes were protecting two other people, but what the video shows goes way beyond protection. Stokes launches punches at a man who is backing off with his hands up. Hales puts the boot into a man who is lying on the ground.
Yes, it certainly "wasn't cricket old boy". Hard to imagine Peter May or
Ted Dexter getting involved in such a fracas!
I've been trying to think of cases of personal violence in F1. Nelson
Piquet (Snr) famously punched another driver, Salazar was it, on TV.
Nigel Mansell tried to throttle Ayrton Senna in the paddock after a
coming together at Spa and Senna himself decked Eddie Irvine after a
I don't think Michael Schumacher actually hit David Coulthard after the
notorious Spa '98 incident but probably would have done so had Coulthard
not kept his helmet on!
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