Sebastian Vettel faces 'very strong' punishment

By Daily Sports on July 10, 2017

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Sebastian Vettel has been told he faces "very strong" punishment if he commits an offence similar to his collision with Lewis Hamilton in Azerbaijan, a BBC report said.

Vettel was given a 10-second stop-and-go penalty in the race in Baku for deliberately driving into Hamilton.

Governing body the FIA decided at a hearing on Monday not to take more action against the Ferrari driver.

"I would have been uncomfortable to go further than what has been done," said FIA president Jean Todt."

I would be very comfortable to be very strong if it happens again. He knows that.

"Todt did not specify what he meant by a "very strong" punishment, but it can only mean a disqualification from at least one race.

Todt, who was talking to BBC Radio 5 live, said: "Clearly I wish that he would have been able to control himself better."

Vettel was also put on a warning after last year's Mexican Grand Prix, when he swore over the radio at FIA F1 director Charlie Whiting because he was unhappy about a lack of action over the driving of Red Bull's Max Verstappen.

Todt said: "People say he had already a warning after Mexico. This is true, but it was a completely different matter. He lost control and was insulting one of the stewards. It was a different category."

So on the first category he has no more joker, on the second category he has no more joker," Todt concluded. (BBC)

•Photo shows Sebastian vettel. 

Source Daily Sports

Posted July 10, 2017


 

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