The driver who allegedly raced Hulk Hogan's son on the night he crashed and seriously injured a man has been sentenced and fined in a Florida court. Daniel Jacobs, 22, has been ordered to serve 90 days probation and 25 hours of community service for the part he played in an incident which left Nick Bollea's passenger and close friend John Graziano in a coma, suffering from permanent brain damage. Jacobs - who took the wheel of Hulk Hogan's Dodge Viper vehicle - was accused of racing Nick in his Toyota Supra on a Clearwater, Florida road in August (07) before the wrestler's son lost control and hit a palm tree. Graziano remains in a coma. Jacobs admitted he was driving the Viper but denied he was racing Hogan. As well as his probation and community service sentence, Jacobs lost his licence for 90 days and was ordered to pay a $500 (GBP250) fine. Hogan's son Bollea is due in court on 14 April (08).