April 15, 2024

MADRID, July 2 (EUROPA PRESS) –

The Spanish driver Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) obtained a 10-second penalty this Sunday within the classification of the Austrian Grand Prix, the tenth spherical of the Components 1 World Cup, resulting from breaking the bounds of the monitor, falling to sixth place and favoring his compatriot Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin), who thus went from sixth to fifth place.

A number of hours after the Dutchman Max Verstappen (Purple Bull) received with authority on the asphalt of the Purple Bull Ring, the race commissioners of the Worldwide Vehicle Federation (FIA) analyzed a grievance filed exactly by the Aston Martin workforce. The ultimate resolution of the FIA ​​was a bathe of penalties.

As much as eight drivers had been penalized, together with a Sainz who had signed a bitter fourth place in the course of the Grand Prix. To prime it off, including these 10-second penalties meant that the person from Madrid lastly dropped to sixth place. Because of this, Alonso rose from sixth place to fifth.

The rostrum drawers didn’t endure from this FIA resolution, with Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) retaining his second place. As well as, the Mexican Sergio Perez (Purple Bull) maintained his third place after finishing an unimaginable comeback, together with an overtake on Sainz with solely 9 laps to go earlier than the checkered flag.