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Romano Fenati was born on 15 January, 1996 in Ascoli Piceno, Italy, is an Italian motorcycle racer. At 24 years old, Romano Fenati height is 5 ft 4 in (163.0 cm).

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Age 24 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 15 January 1996
Birthday 15 January
Birthplace Ascoli Piceno, Italy
Nationality Italian

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On 12 September 2018 Fenati announced his retirement from motorcycle competition after being sacked, two days earlier, by his team Marinelli Snipers. In addition to an earlier two-race ban imposed, Fenati's racing licence was later revoked for the remainder of the 2018 season.

On 13 November 2018, it was announced that Fenati will return to race in the 2019 Moto3 class. He was included on the provisional 2019 Moto3 entry list released on 16 November 2018, again with the Marinelli Snipers team, re-branded for Moto3 as 'Team O'.

On 9 September 2018, at the 2018 San Marino Grand Prix, Fenati was given a black flag (i.e. disqualified) after grabbing the front brake lever of rival rider Stefano Manzi; which resulted in a two-race ban. His Marinelli Snipers team then terminated their contract with Fenati following the incident. In November 2018 it was announced that he would return for the 2019 season in the Moto3 class.

In September 2018 he pulled the front brake lever of Stefano Manzi during a race when both were travelling at more than 200 km/h (120 mph). He apologized but was dropped from the Marinelli Snipers Team for the offence due to "dangerous conduct". Fenati's future contract to ride for Forward Racing using MV Agusta machines in 2019 was cancelled on 11 September.

On 21 September, in addition to a preliminary two-race ban imposed earlier, after meeting with the FIM at their headquarters in Mies, Switzerland, on 18 September, it was announced that Fenati's racing licence was revoked for the remainder of the 2018 season.


In 2017, Fenati joined Marinelli Rivacold Snipers team and had his best season to date: three wins and five second places to finish as runner-up in the Moto3 championship.


Born in Ascoli Piceno, Italy, Fenati is featured in the 2016 documentary film Il Mago Mancini ("Mancini, the Motorcycle Wizard").

Fenati started the 2016 season with a pole position at Qatar, however he only managed 4th in the race. He finished in 20th in Argentina, before his first win of the season in the United States. He was seventh at Jerez, before a second-place finish at Le Mans, losing out to Brad Binder by 0.099 seconds. Fenati qualified on pole at Mugello, but failed to finish the race. He was fourth in both Catalunya and Netherlands, before a pointless 18 position in Germany. Fenati was dropped by Sky Racing VR46 in Austria as a disciplinary action for disagreeing with Uccio Salucci. On 16 August the VR46 team terminated their contract with Romano for the 2016 and 2017 seasons stating behavioural issues in conflict with team policy as the reason behind the split.


The 2015 season was also an under-performance for Fenati. Though he maintained some consistency finishing in the top five in eight races – including a victory at Le Mans. Poor qualifying positions for Fenati resulted in the loss of vital points, and he finished the season with 176 points – as he did in 2014 – but placed one position higher in the standings.

In 2015 Argentine Grand Prix, Fenati kicked Niklas Ajo during the warm-up and also turned Ajo's engine off during the practice start. As a consequence he was forced to start the race at the back of the field.


For the 2014 Moto3 season, Fenati signed with Valentino Rossi's Sky Racing Team by VR46. It was an up and down season for Fenati, as he scored four podiums in the first six races and ultimately recorded four wins during the season. However, inconsistent results ultimately left him in 5th position in the championship with 176 points.


The 2013 season was disappointing for Fenati as he did not record any podium finishes, with his best position being 5th. He finished 10th in the final championship standings, with 73 points.


For the 2012 Moto3 season, Fenati signed with Team Italia FMI riding an FTR Honda. At Round 1 in Qatar, he finished 2nd in his debut race. He then went on to claim his first victory at the second race of the season in Jerez, Spain. In doing so, Fenati became the first rider since Noboru Ueda in 1991 to take two podiums in his first two Grand Prix starts and the youngest ever driver in Grand Prix motorcycle racing history to lead the World Championship. He finished at 6th position for championship.


Romano Fenati (born 15 January 1996) is an Italian motorcycle racer who competes at Grand Prix level. He was European 125 cc Champion in 2011, championship runner-up of the Italian 125GP series, and also competed in the Spanish 125GP series.