Instead of spending time, money or time, the International Car Federation (FIA) Max Verstappent was sentenced to public work, which was almost insulted by Esteban Oconra when refusing the Brazilian Grand Prix.
|The moment that will keep the press higher for a long time (Photo: AFP)|
Max Verstappen and Esteban Ocon Brazil GP 44th rounded off plan – Ocon was already busy to return to the top of the Netherlands, instead He drove to Red Bull No. 33 and twisted it over.
For the collision of sportsmen (even nice!) Ocont found guilty, who had suffered a 10-second stop & go penalty during the course – the guilty person spent 59 rounds. Anyway, after all He also received another three penalty points.
After grief The "show" of the two riders continued, Verstappen started driving Ocon on weighing, and the video of the case naturally surfed on the Internet. The FIA did not want to leave it without saying anything For Formula 1, it is obviously a very embarrassing case, so the athletes demanded the two races themselves.
Since then, they have decided on the question: Verstappent was sentenced to two days of public service aggressive behavior. Although it can not be called a common punishment, Sebastian Vettel got it twice in the last two years. After the 2016 Grand Prix, because he had "in negative words" Charlie Whiting's race director in the lag after the 2017 Azeri Grand Prix and because he intentionally pushed Lewis Hamilton for the car during the safety car phase with his car.
A penalty was not only Ocon after the Interlagos competition. The two McLaren pilots, Fernando Alonso and Vandooney Stoffel Both were met by two units to ignore the blue flag. In addition, one They also received a five-second penalty.
|first||Lewis Hamilton||British||Mercedes||1: 27.09.066|
|Other||Max Verstappen||Dutch||Red Bull-TAG Heuer||1.469 sec.|
|third||Kimi Raikkonen||Finnish||Ferrari||4,764 sec.|
|4th||Daniel Ricciardo||Australian||Red Bull-TAG Heuer||5,193 sec.|
|5th||Valtteri Bottas||Finnish||Mercedes||22.943 sec.|
|6th||Sebastian Vettel||German||Ferrari||26.997 sec.|
|7th||Charles Leclerc||monaco||Alfa Romeo Sauber||44,199 mp h.|
|Eighth||Romain Grosjean||French||Haas Ferrari||51.230 sec.|
|9th||Kevin Magnussen||Danish||Haas Ferrari||52,857 sek.|
|10th||Sergio Pérez||Mexican||Mercedes-RPFI||1 round h.|
|11th||Brendon Hartley||new Zealand||Toro Rosso-Honda||1 round h.|
|12th||Carlos Sainz Jr.||Spanish||Renault||1 round h.|
|13th||Pierre Gasly||French||Toro Rosso-Honda||1 round h.|
|14th||Esteban Ocon||French||Mercedes-RPFI||1 round h.|
|15th||Stoffel Vandoorne||Belgian||McLaren Renault||1 round h.|
|16th||Sergei Szirotkin||Russian||Williams Mercedes||2 turns h.|
|17th||Fernando Alonso||Spanish||McLaren Renault||2 turns h.|
|18th||Lance Stroll||Canadian||Williams Mercedes||2 turns h.|
|published on||circles circled||cause of loss|
|Nico Hülkenberg||German||Renault||32||He gave up|
|Marcus Ericsson||Swedish||Alfa Romeo Sauber||20||He gave up|
|12th||Carlos Sainz Jr.||–||–||12||45|
|third||Red Bull-TAG Heuer||392|
|Eighth||Alfa Romeo Sauber||42|