He American pilot Logan Sargeantfrom the team Williamswas penalized with ten positions on the grid for passing with yellow flags during the classification of the Mexican Grand Prixon Saturday at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez.
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The Formula 1 stewards announced that Sargeant was sanctioned with a "loss of 10 positions on the starting grid for the next sprint or race in which the driver participates".
In Saturday's qualifier, Sargent was left on the last starting line so his sanction will not affect him on the grid for Sunday's race in Mexico. The Sargeant's sanction includes "two penalty points" to his super license.
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Both punishments for the North American runner They are due to the fact that in the first 'qualy' he overtook the Japanese Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri) while there were yellow flags after a spin by the Spanish Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin).
The Commissioners also investigated the Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull), into Spanish Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) and the British George Russell (Mercedes) by hinder the exit in the pit lanebut all three were declared innocent.
The British Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) He was also investigated for not slowing down for yellow flags.but was not subject to sanction.
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