Verstappen penalized after clash in Monaco

May 25, 2015
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Alexander S

Max Verstappen is punished with a five-place grid penalty for the next Grand Prix in Canada after being declared responsible for the clash with Romain Grosjean in the late stage of Monaco Grand Prix.


Toro Rosso‘s driver was in try to overtake Lotus’ driver in the battle for 10th place, but hit the back of Grosjean’s car and then hit into the barriers what forced employment of safety car,


Race stewards declared Verstappen responsible for the accident and decided to drop him five places from wherever he qualifies in Montreal. Young Dutchman was also handed two points penalty on his Super Licence.


Luckilly, Verstappen was unhurt in this clash, while Grosjean failed to win a point in the race as dropped from 10th to 12th position at the end.

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