Iannone explodes: "Positive on cocaine and everything is fine"

The Italian, referring to a news related to the World Anti-Doping Agency, criticizes the reduction of penalties for consuming cocaine or cannabis.


"It is becoming increasingly difficult for me to understand. Positive on cocaine and everything is fine, while the innocent are sentenced to four years." This has been the harsh message that Andrea Iannone wrote on 'Instagram' to express his condemnation of the decision approved earlier this year by the World Anti-Doping Agency to reduce, up to a maximum of three months of disqualification, the punishment for consuming substances of abuse. such as cocaine or cannabis.

Iannone, who suffered a severe setback on November 10 when he saw how the TAS agreed with the WADA and increased his sanction from 18 months to four years of inactivity (December 17, 2023) for testing positive for steroids in an anti-doping control during the 2019 Malaysian GP, reconciles various promotional events for Tommy Hilfiger, Safilo Group or Gerald Charles with his other great passion on wheels, karting, waiting to be able to get back on the Aprilia RS-GP.

A mount that still has no owner, since Aprilia is the only team in the premier class that, to this day, has not yet confirmed its driver lineup for the 2021 season. An announcement that the Noale factory has no intention of making. do before the third week of March, after analyzing the performance of Bradley Smith and Lorenzo Savadori during the short MotoGP preseason.

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