F1 » Three-place grid drop for Jenson Button


Jenson Button will take a three-place grid penalty for the start of the United States GP on Sunday, after the race stewards deemed that he had overtaken another car under red flags.

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sokudo

November 16, 2013 1:12 AM

Kind of an odd one but rules are rules. Button's the most experienced driver in the field too so he of all people should know that. Just a brain fade. Kvyat slowed so Button went through. Routine except that there was a red flag :p I'd say both made a mistake in that regard but Button being the more experienced shouldn't have overtaken. He did and got a 3 place drop for it.

gizmo

November 16, 2013 1:18 AM

button go back three places on the grid because the helicopter as broken down and you overtook in that area i did not know that they parked the helicopter where it would affect the raceing dose this mean that the race will be red flaged everytime the helicopter wont star sad isnt it

Ojay

November 16, 2013 7:28 AM

"Just a brain fade"

We all have heard that before from McLaren as a team shame this will put him just before Pastor, Behind Botta! he should pray to be on the clean side or else he could be behind Bianchi after turn 1

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