Premier Lewis Hamilton was penalized for losing three places on the starting line due to the knockout of Kimi Raikkonen. With this decision, the driver who recorded the second fastest time will leave the fifth place in the Austrian Grand Prix. The incident occurred in the first quarter qualifying for Formula 1 on Saturday.
The pole position was with Charles Leclercom, who recorded 1min03s003 and broke out a series of four races with Mercedes's falling cars ahead. Hamilton was supposed to be with him, but the penalty changed the net and helped other drivers. Max Verstappen, Valtteri Bottas and Lando Norris won the place where English fell to fifth place.
Lewis Hamilton was awarded 3 points for the Sunday race for * this * incident with Kimi Raikkonen during qualifying (Q1).
Formula 1 (F1) June 29, 2019
There was a maneuver that caused Hamilton's sentence as he walked slowly down the street. Raikkonen approached the second round and began to cling, complaining of a obscene gesture. The Englishman even tried to avoid the loss of opponents time, leaving the track, but was too slow. The direction of the evidence is reported that the incident will be evaluated after the qualifying training and later announce the penalty.
Kimi Raikkonen progressed in the first quarter and came to the end of the training phase. He will fall to seventh place in 1min04s166.