Instead of spending time, money or time, the International Motor Federation (FIA) Max Verstappent was sentenced to a public job that was almost hurt by Esteban Oconra when weighed the Brazilian Grand Prix.
|The moment that will keep the source stronger for a long time (Photo: AFP)|
Max Verstappen and Esteban Ocon Brazil GP 44a was rounded off the stadium – Ocon had already overtook to return to the top of the Netherlands, instead drifted to Red Bull No. 33 and turned it around.
For the clash of observer athletes (even nice!) Ocont found guilty, who was hit by a penalty of 10 seconds during the match – the culprit passed the 59 rounds. Anyway, eventually also received three additional sentences.
After the mourning the "appearance" of the two riders continued, Verstappen started pushing Ocon to weigh, and video of the case naturally almost surfs the Internet. The FIA did not want to leave it without saying anything for press-1 is obviously a very inconvenient case, so athletes supervisors called for the two runners themselves.
Since then they have decided on the subject: Verstappent was sentenced to two days of public work aggressive behavior. Although it can not be called a formal punishment, Sebastian Vettel took it twice the last two years. After the Grand Prix in 2016, because he had "negative words" to the director of the Charlie Whiting race at the 2017 Azeri Grand Prix and why he deliberately pushed Lewis Hamilton to the car during the car safety car phase of.
A penalty was not only Ocon after the Interlagos fight. The two McLaren pilots, Fernando Alonso and Vandooney Stoffel both were hit by two units to ignore the blue flag. In addition, one also received a five-second sentence.
|first||Lewis Hamilton||British||Mercedes||1: 27.09.066|
|second||Max Verstappen||Dutch||Red Bull-TAG Heuer||1.469 sec.|
|third||Kimi Räikkönen||Finnish||Ferrari||4,764 sec.|
|4th||Daniel Ritchard||Australian||Red Bull-TAG Heuer||5,193 sec.|
|5th||Valtteri Bottas||Finnish||Mercedes||22.943 sec.|
|6th||Sebastian Vettel||German||Ferrari||5.799 sec.|
|7th||Charles Leclerc||Monaco||Alfa Romeo Sauber||44.199 mp h.|
|8th||Romain Grosjean||French||Haas Ferrari||51.230 sec.|
|9th||Kevin Magnussen||Danish||Haas Ferrari||52.857 sec.|
|10th||Sergio Pérez||Mexican||Mercedes-RPFI||1 round h.|
|11th||Brenton 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 Shirotkin||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 on||cycle circles||cause of loss|
|Nick Hullkenberg||German||Renault||32||He gave|
|Marcus Ericsson||Swedish||Alfa Romeo Sauber||20||He gave|
|12th||Carlos Sainz Jr.||–||–||12||45|
|third||Red Bull-TAG Heuer||392|
|8th||Alfa Romeo Sauber||42|