Rather than spending time, money or time, Max Verstappent, the International Automobile Federation (FIA), was sentenced to public work, which had almost offended Esteban Ocon when he tried the Brazilian Grand Prix.
|A moment that will hold the media long (Photo: AFP)|
Max Verstappen and Esteban Ocon Brazil GP 44 has rounded off the pitch – Ocon has already been forced to return to the top of the Netherlands, instead he turned to Red Bull 33 and turned him over.
For the collision of sports watchers (even nice!) Ocont was found guilty, who was hit by a 10-second stop and a stop during the race – the 59-year-rounds were shed. After all, though he also got three more penalty points.
After complaining continued the "show" of two drivers, Verstappen was pushing Ocon to weigh, and the video case, of course, surfed the Internet. The FIA did not want to leave him without saying anything for Formula-1 is obviously a very uncomfortable case, so the sports supervisors called on two contestants.
Since then they have decided on: Verstappent was sentenced to two days of public work aggressive behavior. Although it can not be called a standard punishment, Sebastian Vettel got twice over the last two years. After the Grand Prix in 2016, because it was "negative" said Charlie Whiting's director at the team stadium after the Azeri Grand Prix in 2017 and because he deliberately pushed Lewis Hamilton for the car during the car's safety phase.
Penalty was not just Ocon's after the Interlagos race. Two McLaren drivers, Fernando Alonso and Vandooney Stoffel both of them hit the two units because of the neglect of the blue flag. Besides, one They also received a five-second sentence.
|first||Lewis Hamilton||British||Mercedes||1: 27.09.066|
|else||Max Verstappen||Dutchman||Red Bull-TAG Heuer||1.469 s.|
|the third||Kimi Räikkönen||Finnish||Ferrari||4.764 s.|
|4th||Daniel Ricciardo||Australian||Red Bull-TAG Heuer||5.193 s.|
|5th||Valtteri Bottas||Finnish||Mercedes||22.943 s.|
|6th||Sebastian Vettel||German||Ferrari||26.997 s.|
|7th||Charles Leclerc||monaco||Alfa Romeo Sauber||44.199 mp H.|
|8th||Romain Grosjean||French||Haas Ferrari||51.230 s.|
|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 rounds h.|
|17th||Fernando Alonso||Spanish||McLaren-Renault||2 rounds h.|
|18th||Lance Walk||Canadian||Williams Mercedes||2 rounds h.|
|Posted||circles circled||cause of loss|
|Nico Hülkenberg||German||Renault||32||He gave up|
|Marcus Ericsson||Swedish||Alfa Romeo Sauber||20||He gave up|
|the third||Kimi Räikkönen||1||12||17||251|
|12th||Carlos Sainz Jr.||–||–||12||45|
|the third||Red Bull-TAG Heuer||392|
|8th||Alfa Romeo Sauber||42|