Formula 1: Drivers expect penalty regulations to be adjusted | Formula 1 news

Formula 1 drivers expect a change in the register of sins.

“We are having many discussions with the FIA ​​(Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile) to find a solution,” said Alpha Tauri driver Pierre Gasly ahead of the penultimate Grand Prix of the year in Sao Paulo. The Frenchman currently has ten penalty points in twelve months, two more to go and he will automatically be out of the next race. Gasly will be the first driver to watch since the penalty regulations were introduced in 2014.

“I don’t feel that I have been particularly dangerous in the last 12 months and it will be a severe punishment,” he remarked. “Even if it’s not always dangerous driving, the penalty certainly has a big impact on the constructors’ and drivers’ championships.”

Williams driver Alex Albon stated that he alone received three penalty points for crossing the limits of the track. “So I got a lot of points that I don’t think I deserve. We are discussing it, and I think there will be a change,” Albon said.


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