[Rassegna stampa] – It will not be a Christmas Eve in the name of good humor and serenity that of this year at Alesi. The former French driver, the undisputed idol of Ferrari fans in the early 90s – and beloved by Formula 1 fans still today – was in fact summoned by the criminal court of Nimes and will have to be tried in January 2023 for “damage to the property of others by dangerous means “, as specified by the French newspaper L’Equipe, who dedicated a short article to the strange story. As we anticipated yesterday on FormulaPassion.it in fact, Jean’s son and former F2 driver is also involved in the controversial accident Giuliano Alesi, together with a friend.
The former rider of the Prancing Horse, winner of the 1995 Canadian GP during his Formula 1 career, admitted on Monday – while in police custody – that he had stuck a “large firework bought in Italy”In the window frame of his brother-in-law’s architecture studio in Villeneuve-lès-Avignon. In his article L’Equipe underlines how “his son Giuliano, who was present at that time, will be tried for complicity. The two men face up to ten years in prison and a fine of 150,000 euros“. Alesi reiterated that his intention was only to make a “bad joke”To his brother-in-law, who is about to separate from his sister.
The explosion caused damage to the curtains and a burglar-proof window, which was broken. However, the fact that the incident took place late in the evening, at 10 pm, has caused perplexity in the deputy prosecutor of Nîmes, Antoine Wolff, who is investigating the matter and who seems unwilling to believe the version of the joker. The story also had a media coverage in Italy. Gazzetta dello Sport And The print they dedicated two short clips to the incident. Giorgio Burreddu’s analysis of the Corriere dello Sport. “[…] The brother-in-law made it known that he had no ‘problems’ with the former Ferrari – reads the article – not to be on bad terms with Alesi, but to have filed a complaint anyway for the damage to his office […]. The former Ferrari driver would have ruled out having acted out of spite, with punitive intentions“.
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