A fan has been banned by Formula 1 for life after starting a fight in the grandstands during the Mexico City Grand Prix.
Footage on social media appears to show a fan in the Foro Sol Stadium punching another spectator, before being wrestled back by other members of the crowd.
He was eventually escorted out of the stands by security.
F1 has taken swift action and banned the fan from attending races permanently.
"It was an isolated incident which was dealt with quickly and the individual in question was removed and banned for life," an F1 spokesperson confirmed to RacingNews365.
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