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2011 Penalties

Post by phil1993 » 11 Apr 2011, 09:34

Australian Grand Prix
- Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) Impeding Nick Heidfeld during Q1. Warning
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Impeding Vitaly Petrov during Q2. Warning
- Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) Impeding Sergio Perez during Q2. Warning
- Narain Karthekeyan and Vitantonio Luizzi (Hispania) Set time greater than 107% of fastest Q1 time, Stewards decide to not allow both cars to take part in the race (Article 36.3 of the 2011 FIA Formula One Sporting Regulations) View Steward's Report
- Jenson Button (McLaren) Cutting a corner and gaining an advantage, drive through penalty
- Rubens Barrichello (Williams) Causing a collision with Nico Rosberg, drive through penalty
- Kamui Kobayashi (Sauber) Illegal rear wing, disqualified
- Sergio Perez (Sauber) Illegal rear wing, disqualified

Malaysian Grand Prix
- Narain Karthekeyan (Hispania) Speeding in the pitlane during FP1, fined
- Sebastiem Buemi (Toro Rosso) Speeding in the pitlane during the race, 120.6 km/h. Stop and go penalty.
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Made more than one change of direction to defend a position. Drive through penalty (20 secs added to elapsed time)
- Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) Caused a collision with car 3. Drive through penalty (20 secs added to elapsed time)

Chinese Grand Prix
- Vitantonio Luizzi (Hispania) Jumped lights at start of race, drive through penalty
- Incident between car 9 (Nick Heidfeld, Renault) and car 15 (Paul di Resta, Force India) no action, racing incident
- Jaime Alguersuari (Toro Rosso) Insecure wheel, fined €10,000
- Sergio Perez (Sauber) Causing a collision with Adrian Sutil, drive through penalty


Turkish Grand Prix
- Jerome D'Ambrosio (Virgin) Ignored yellow flags after incident on FP2, 5 place grid drop
- Paul di Resta (Force India) Missed weighbridge call during qualification. Reprimand
- Pastor Maldonado (Williams) Speeding in pitlane during the race 103.5 km/h, drive through penalty


Spanish Grand Prix
- Lewis Hamiltom (McLaren) The driver set his personal best sector time in Sector 2 while yellow flags were displayed at turn 4. Reprimand
- Jenson Button (McLaren) The driver set his personal best sector time in Sector 2 while yellow flags were displayed at turn 4. Reprimand
- Mark Webber (Red Bull) The driver set his personal best sector time in Sector 2 while yellow flags were displayed at turn 4. Reprimand
- Jaime Alguersuari (Toro Rosso) The driver set his personal best sector time in Sector 2 while yellow flags were displayed at turn 4. Reprimand


Monaco Grand Prix
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Q3 time removed for cutting a chicane
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Caused a collision with car 6 (Massa), drive through penalty
- Paul di Resta (Force Indai) Caused a collision with car 19 (Alguersuari), drive through penalty
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Caused a collision with car 12, (Maldonado) drive through penalty post race, 20 seconds added to elapsed time


Canadian Grand Prix
- Incident involving Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) and Jenson Button (McLaren) No further action
- Jerome D'Ambrossio (Virgin) changed from Wet Weather Tyres to Intermediate Tyres prior to Safety Car returning to pits, drive through penalty
- Jenson Button (McLaren) exceeding lap delta behind safety car, drive through penalty
- Adrian Sutil (Force India) Overtaking car 8 whilst safety car deployed, drive through penalty
- Incident involving Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) and Jenson Button (McLaren) No further action
- Paul di Resta (Force India) Causing a collision with car 9, drive through penalty
- Incident involving Adrian Sutil (Force India) and Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)No further action
- Narain Karthikeyan (Hispania) Gained an advantage after leaving the track at turn 13/14. 20 seconds added to elapsed time


European Grand Prix
- Adrian Sutil (Force India) Speeding in the pitlane, 2 offences. Total fine €18,400
- Incident involving Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) and Vitaly Petrov (Renault) No further action


British Grand Prix
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) and Mark Webber (Red Bull) Used DRS in wet during FP1, no action taken
- Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) Causing a collision with Kamui Kpbayashi (Sauber), stop and go penalty
- Kamui Kpbayashi (Sauber) Unsafe release from the pitlane, stop and go penalty
- Sauber F1 Team. Unsafe release from the pitlane (Kamui Kobayashi), fined €20,000
- Vodafone McLaren Mercedes. Unsafe release from the pitlane (Jenson Button), fined Fined €5,000


German Grand Prix
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Speeding in the pitlane during Friday FP, fined €1200
- Sebastien Buemi (Toro Rosso) Fuel sample taken after qualifying showed an increase in one given GC Peak Area. Car 18 excluded from qualifying results and will
start in 24th place
- Nick Heidfeld (Renault) Incident involving car 15 (di Resta), drive through penalty (not served as he retired before serving the penalty)
- Sebastian Buemi (Toro Rosso) Caused a collision with car 9 (Heidfeld) 5-place grid drop at next event


Hungarian Grand Prix
- Heikki Kovalainen (Lotus) Unsafe release from the pit, no further action
- Sergio Perez (Sauber) Overtaking whilst waved yellow flags were being shown, drive through penalty
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Spin on track causing Paul di Resta to take evasive action, drive through penalty


Belgian Grand Prix
- Pastor Maldonado (Williams) Causing a collision with car 3, 5 place grid drop
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Causing a collision with car 12, reprimand
- Timo Glock (Virgin) Caused a collision, drive through penalty
- Bruno Senna (Renault) Caused a collision with car 19 (Jaime Alguersuari), drive through penalty
- Sergio Perez (Sauber) Caused a collision with car 18 (Sebastien Buemi), drive through penalty


Italian Grand Prix
- Bruno Senna (Renault) Speeding in the pitlane during FP2, 75.9 km/h fined €3,200
- Bruno Senna (Renault) Speeding in the pitlane during FP2, 81.7 km/h fined €8,800
- Williams F1 Team, used option tyres on Barrichello's car that had not been designated for Friday practice. Fined €5,000
- Vitantonio Luizzi (HRT) Causing a collision, reprimand and 5 place grid drop at next event


Singapore Grand Prix
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Causing a collision with car 6 (Massa), drive through penalty
- Jaime Alguersuari (Toro Rosso) Causing a collision with car 21 (Trulli), drive through penalty
- Kamui Kobayashi (Sauber) Ignored blue flags, drive through penalty
- Heikki Kovalainen (Lotus) Unsafe release from pit. Constructor fined €10,000
- Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) Causing a collision with car 17 (Perez), reprimand
- Bruno Senna (Renault) Team failed to inform driver of his correct race position which led to an avoidable collision with car 17 (Perez), Constructor fined €7,500


Japanese Grand Prix
- Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) Entered pits after entry bollard that marks start of the pitlane during FP2, fined €5,000
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Set fasted sector time under waved yellow flags during FP2, no further action
- Bruno Senna (Renault) Set fasted sector time under waved yellow flags during FP2, no further action
- Sebastien Buemi (Toro Rosso) Set fasted sector time under waved yellow flags during FP2, no further action
- Heikki Kovalainen (Lotus) Set fasted sector time under waved yellow flags during FP2, no further action
- Bruno Senna (Renault) Speeding in the pit lane during qualification, 110.1 km/h, fined €2,200
- Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) Start line incident with car 3 (Hamilton), stewards consider both drivers followed similar lines and took no further action
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Incident with car 6 at turn 16, no further action
- Sebastian Buemi (Toro Rosso) Unsafe release from pit stop due to error by mechanic. Constructor fined €5,000


Korean Grand Prix
- Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) Car 8 collided with Car 19 at the Pit Exit, oo penalty given after consideration of the circumstances
- Mercedes GP Petronas, the Competitor and its driver failed to appear in a timely manner as summoned before the Stewards in relation to a disciplinary
investigation. Fined €10,000 of which €5,000 is suspended for a period of 12 months subject to no similar breach.
- Mark Webber (Red Bull) Speeding in the pitlane, 106.9 km/h fined €1,400
- Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) Leaving the track between T4 and T6 during Q3, no advantage gained so no further action taken
- Vitaly Petrov (Renault) Causing an avoidable collision with car 7 (Schumacher), 5 place grid-drop at next event and a reprimand
- HRT F1 Team, unsafe release from the pit (Ricciardo) fined €5,000


Indian Grand Prix
- Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Ignored double waved yellow flags during FP1, 3 place grid drop
- Sergio Perez (Sauber) Ignored double waved yellow flags during FP1, 3 place grid drop
- Narain Karthikeyan (HRT) Impeding Car 7 at Turn 10 during qualifying, 5 place grid drop
- Daniel Ricciardo (HRT) Replaced gearbox before end of 5 event rule, 5 place grid drop
- Felipe Massa (Ferrari) Causing a collision with Car No.3 Lewis Hamilton at Turn 5, drive through penalty

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
- Pastor Maldonado (Williams) Exceeding engine limits, 10 place grid drop

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Re: 2011 Penalties

Post by Edi96 » 11 Apr 2011, 09:52

Barrichello got a drive through for causing a collision with Car 8 (Nico Rosberg)

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Re: 2011 Penalties

Post by JoostLamers » 11 Apr 2011, 13:58

Vettel cutted a corner after passing Button and Buemi cutted the same corner. So really terrible decissions so far, including yesterday's penalties for both Alonso and Hamilton were absolutely ridiculous. But Lewis got penalised so often in 2008 he got kinda used to it, because he said he knew he would get a penalty the second he heard he had to come to the stewards. The stewards are really hurting the F1 this way
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Re: 2011 Penalties

Post by Abul3ala2 » 14 Apr 2011, 09:52

Is speeding in the pits more dangerous than causing a collision? it's not fair for Buemi to get a stop/go.

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Re: 2011 Penalties

Post by alex1369 » 14 Apr 2011, 11:49

The penalties are like on F1 2010 game - looks like Charlie played too much

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Re: 2011 Penalties

Post by KevC » 14 Apr 2011, 13:56

Abul3ala2 wrote:Is speeding in the pits more dangerous than causing a collision? it's not fair for Buemi to get a stop/go.

Firstly there are a lot of people in the pits so speeding is dangerous for that reason and secondly you gain some time over the people who aren't speeding.

It's a bit harsh maybe but I can see the reasoning for it.

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Re: 2011 Penalties

Post by phil1993 » 14 Apr 2011, 14:02

Buemi recieved a stop go due to excessive speeding in the pit lane. He was 20.6km/h over the limit of 100km/h. That's why the stewards gave him such a large penalty.

Lets not forget that even at the limit, these cars are still going at 60 mph in the pit lane, that speed is enough to kill a man.

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