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Moto2, Barberà: 22 days of community service and one year without his licence

The Spaniard has been sentenced following his arrest for high-speed driving under the influence of alcohol in Valencia

Moto2: Barberà: 22 days of community service and one year without his licence

One thing is sure: Hector Barberà is not having an easy time of it right now. On track, he hasn't yet been able to do more than eleventh, while off-track, he finds himself in hot water once more. Yesterday, the Spaniard was arrested for high-speed drunk driving, while at the wheel of his Audi R6 following a birthday party with friends. Stopped by police in Valencia, the rider registered a 0.6 blood alcohol level.

it's not the first time he's demonstrated this kind of behaviour as, in 2014, he was arrested while driving his Maserati without a licence, having had it revoked. In this case, the judge has decided to sentence the team Pons rider to 22 days of community service and the loss of his licence for a period of one year.

Regarding the situation, Barberà stated: “It's not an easy time and I made a serious mistake. The law should be respected and I regret my behaviour”.

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