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Williams’s Bruno Senna believes Force India’s Paul di Resta should have been penalized, for his unwanted blocking during the Italian GP; it’s forced to change Brazilian’s way and he ran wide.
The incident occurred in lap nine, the duo challenging for tenth place when they are collide at the Roggia chicane. Senna hard to try getting the lead from di Resta, but the Force India speedy keeps the racing line, the duo wheels touched and the Brazilian was forced to run on the grass.
“It was pretty clear,” Senna explained after the race. “I had the front wing of my car next to his car and then under braking he squeezed me off the track.
“We touched fortunately we didn’t launch each other. For me a driver has been banned for a race for doing something similar to that and even Sebastian Vettel got a drive-through penalty for doing something similar to that. It is the stewards’ decision and we respect it, but I don’t think what Paul did was right. Sometimes we make errors in judgment, but it’s up to the stewards to decide.” the Brazilian added.
The stewards not forced any figure of penalty. Finally Paul Di Resta on to finish eighth, as Bruno Senna set tenth place with final single points.