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The International Automobile Federation (FIA) has released its ruling on the incident involving 15-year-old Russian driver Artem Severyukhin.

Russian racer Artem Severyukhin, who was at the center of a scandal after he showed a gesture similar to a Nazi salute during the awards ceremony for the winners of the first stage of the European Karting Championship, was found guilty of violating five points of the International Sports Code. The relevant information was provided by GP Fans journalists.

According to the source, the FIA ​​excluded Severyukhin from the protocol of the first stage, which became victorious for him. It is worth noting that after the scandal, the Russian athlete was deprived of his Italian racing license. Severyukhin apologized and said that his gesture had been misinterpreted.

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