F1 » Hamilton gets another penalty


McLaren's Lewis Hamilton gets 20-second penalty – but stays sixth, while stewards reprimand Kamui Kobayashi and Adrian Sutil for incidents earlier in the race.

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pitstop - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 7:17 PM

Wow,what a surpise Hamilton gets yet another penalty i don't know what happened last week then because he only got a reprimand?,i thought last week was too good to be true.

It would be a very good idea if Hamilton put a sock in it now because you can't fight City Hall and if he does pick a fight with the authorities he will lose big time. Suggesting that racism is playing a part in his career is plainly rubbish because if it were he would hardly be driving for McLaren and have been mentored by them from a very early age. Time to grow up Lewis!

Dale - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 8:49 PM

So again I ask ... what happened to the 'three strikes' announcement we head last week?

How many strikes does Lewis get for this weekend (after being warned last weekend)?


Also, if a drive-through (or 20sec) penalty is deemed appropriate for causing a single unavoidable accident ... surely the penalty should be far more severe for a repeat offence in the same race?
& if a driver is guilty of it at every second race, surely something more needs to be done? Perhaps 20sec for the 1st offence in a SEASON, 40sec for the 2nd, 60sec for the 3rd, etc?

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