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F&H Kawasaki & Henry Jacobi comment further on his actions in Germany

F&H Kawasaki & Henry Jacobi comment further on his actions in Germany
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During his home round of the MX2 World Championship in Germany, Henry Jacobi took out his team mate, Adam Sterry and then bizarrely punched him after the end of the moto.

The F&H Racing team have posted a statement that the situation has been dealt with within the team so it looks like the German has got some sort of punishment. 

The German has acknowledged that he was in the wrong and vows to be on good behaviour for the rest of the season. 

F&H Racing team: “The situation that occurred in Germany has been dealt with within the team, Henry will have to accept the upcoming internal consequences.  Now we are going to Indonesia in good spirits with our crew. Everyone is fine and continues on good terms”.

Henry Jacobi: First of all I want to say sorry to my team mate Adam Sterry, F&H Racing Team, kawasaki and all sponsors of my team and me for my unacceptable behaviour during the GP in Germany from both the track and after the finish line. This should never have happened and I should have kept myself under control. As a professional athlete and role model for many young people and fans of the team, I should not have behaved like that. And in the remainder of the season and the future I will behave as a good athlete with good norms and values.

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The situation that occurred in Germany has been dealt with within the team, Henry will have to accept the upcoming internal consequences. Now we are going to Indonesia in good spirits with our crew. Everyone is fine and continues on good terms💪🏻

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Good afternoon everyone, First of all I want to say sorry to my team mate Adam Sterry, F&H Racing Team, kawasaki and all sponsors of my team and me for my unacceptable behavior during the GP in Germany from both the track and after the finish line. This should never have happened and I should have kept myself under control. As a professional athlete and role model for many young people and fans of the team, I should not have behaved like that. And in the remainder of the season and the future I will behave as a good athlete with good norms and values.

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