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2012 F1 penalties and reprimands

Australian Grand Prix

Sauber’s Sergio Perez receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

HRT duo Narain Karthikeyan and Pedro de la Rosa did not set time within 107% of fastest Q1 time – Race Stewards decides refuse appeal to take part in event

Caterham’s Heikki Kovalainen unlapped himself through safety car period before reaching first safety car line. Get five places grid drop for Malaysian Grand Prix.

Malaysian Grand Prix

The Defending world champion Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel over speeding in the pit-lane during FP2, 61.1 km/h, fined €400

Lotus’s Kimi Raikkonen receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox.

HRT’s Pedro de la Rosa team member still on the grid at the 3 minute warning prior to race restart, drive through penalty.

HRT’s Narain Karthikeyan get drive through penalty caused for collision with Sebastian Vettel, drive through penalty imposed after the race, 20 seconds added to lapsed time

Chinese Grand Prix

McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox.

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado blocks Catreham’s Heikki Kovalainen during Qualifying Q1, gets warning

HRT’s Pedro de la Rosa blocks Williams’s Bruno Senna during Qualifying Q1, warning

Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher made unsafe release from pit stop, team fined €5,000

Bahrain Grand Prix

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

Toro Rosso’s Jean-Éric Vergne not attend weighbridge when requested following qualifying session, gets warning

Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg made incident involving McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso no action taken

Spanish Grand Prix

Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg over speeding in the pit-lane during FP3, 95.5 km/h fined €7,200

Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher made driver left track at turn 13 during FP3 without giving stewards a reasonable explanation. Gets warning

McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton car failed to come back to the pits under its own power, excluded from qualifying session but allowed to start from back of grid

Ferrari’s Felipe Massa failing to slow through waved yellow flags, drive through penalty

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel Failing to slow during waved yellow flags, drive through penalty

Marussia’s Charles Pic was ignored waved blue flags, drive through penalty

Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher caused a collision, 5 places grid drop at the next event

Monaco Grand Prix

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado was break of Article 16.1 of the FIA’s Sporting Code, 10 place grid drop

Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg involved a incident with Sergio Perez during FP3, warning

Sauber’s Sergio Perez impeding Kimi Raikkonen through the race, and gets drive through penalty

Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher and Lotus’s Romain Grosjean made a collision to be investigated after the race

Sauber’s Sergio Perez and Caterham’s Heikki Kovalainen has made a crash to be investigated after the race

Canadian Grand Prix

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel made incident with Williams’s Bruno Senna during FP1, warning

Lotus’s Kimi Räikkönen crossed the white line on entry to pit lane during FP3, fined €2,500

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado investigated for impeding Lotus’s Kimi Raikkonen during Q1, racing incident, no further action

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne speeding in the pit-lane during the race, drive through penalty

European Grand Prix

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado speeding in the pit-lane during FP3, 66.1 km/h fined € 1,400

Force India’s Nico Hulkenburg investigated for impeding Sauber’s Kamui Kobayashi during Q1, no action taken

McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton investigated for impeding Mercedes’s Nico Rosberg during Q3 by driving excessively slowly, driver was not held up, not take any action

Williams’s Bruno Senna caused a collision with Sauber’s Kamui Kobayashi, drive through penalty

HRT’s Narain Karthikeyan speeding in the pit-lane during the race, drive through penalty

McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton investigated for overtaking under waved yellow flags, no further action

Caterham’s Vitaly Petrov and Toro Rosso’s Daniel Ricciardo collision, racing incident no further action

Sauber’s Kamui Kobayashi collision with Ferrari’s Felipe Massa Five place grid drop at the British Grand Prix

Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne collision with Caterham’s Heikki Kovalainen ten places grid drop at British Grand Prix and € 25,000 fine

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado collision with McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton drive through penalty post race, 20 seconds added to elapsed time

Sauber F1 Team, Car 15 did not stay below the maximum time set by the FIA between the Safety Car Line after the Pit Exit and the Safety Car Line before the Pit Entry, at the end of Q2. Sauber Fined €5,000

Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher using DRS during yellow flag period, “Having examined telemetry and video evidence, and heard from the driver and team representatives, the stewards noted that the driver did make a significant reduction in speed on entering the double waved flag zone.” No action

British Grand Prix

Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

Marussia’s Charles Pic receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado caused a collision with Sauber’s Sergio Perez fined €10,000 and given a warning

Sauber’s Kamui Kobayashi was made unsafe pit-stop and he was hit pit crew. Fined €25,000

German Grand Prix

Caterham’s Vitaly Petrov, the Russian used a front tyre in Q1 which had not been presented to the FIA Technical Delegate prior to the end of scrutinizing, fined €2,500

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado speeding in the pit-lane during FP1 66.0 kmh, fined €1,200

Lotus’s Romain Grosjean receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

Red Bull’s Mark Webber receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

Sauber’s Sergio Perez impeded Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and Lotus’s Kimi Raikkonen during qualifying, drop of 5 grid places

McLaren’s Jenson Button crossed the white line on the Exit of the Pit Lane, fined €2,500

Red Bull Potential breaks the text of Art. 5.5.3 of the F1 Technical Regulations, but not take any action

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel Left the track and gained an advantage, drive through penalty imposed after the race, 20 seconds added to elapsed race time

Hungarian Grand Prix

Caterham’s Vitaly Petrov speeding in the pit-lane during FP2, 64.8 km/h, fined €1,000

Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher speeding in the pit-lane during the race, 111.4 km/h, drive through penalty

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado caused a collision with car no 11 Paul di Resta, drive through penalty

Belgian Grand Prix

Red Bull’s Mark Webber receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg receives five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado investigated for blocking Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg during Q1, and get three place grid penalty.

Sebastian Vettel has received a €10,000 fine for practicing a race start in the pit-lane.

Kimi Raikkonen escaped from the penalty for cutting Eau Rouge on his best lap, following the race stewards judge he increased no advantage by the cutting.

Romain Grosjean received a race ban, as the result he can’t race at Italian Grand Prix. Also he gets €50,000 fine.

Pastor Maldonado received a five-place post race penalty for Jump start, but he retired from the race. And the Venezuelan also crashed with Timo Glock, 5-place grid penalty as he had retired from the race. He will have a cumulative 10-place grid penalty at the Italian GP.

Italian Grand Prix

Force India’s Paul Di Resta gets five places grid penalty for taking a changing gearbox unit.

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel received drive through penalty, following Forcing main competitor Fernando Alonso on turn three.

Singapore Grand Prix

HRT’s de la Rosa has taken five places grid penalty following change gear-box unit.
Williams’s Bruno Senna received five places grid penalty for taking a replacement gearbox unit.

Marussia’s Charles Pic received 20 seconds race time penalty due to overtaking red flag condition and perform 1 day’s Community Service for FIA Action for Road Safety campaign.

Red Bull’s Mark Webber reprimand following left the track two times during in-lap at end of Q3.

Mercedes Michael Schumacher received 10 places grid penalty for Japanese GP race caused the collision with Jean-Eric Vergne (Race steward said following the race, the incident was avoidable)

Red Bull’s Mark Webber received 20 seconds post-race penalty due to gaining an advantage by going off track.

Japanese Grand Prix

Caterham Giedo Van Der Garde fined €400 for over-speed in the pit lane during FP1, 61.9 km/h.

Lotus’s Kimi Raikkonen fined €2,200 for over-speed in the pit lane during FP1, 71.0 km/h.

Marussia’s fined €5,000 causing delaying car 4 between turns 15 and 16 during FP3.

McLaren’s Jenson Button received five places grid penalty for a gearbox changing.

Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg received five places grid penalty for a gearbox changing.

Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne received three places grid drop following Impeded car 19 at turn 16.

Lotus’s Romain Grosjean received stop and go penalty following crash with Mark Webber.

Williams’s Bruno Senna received drive through penalty, for a crash with Nico Rosberg.

Caterham’s Vitaly Petrov received drive through penalty causing Ignored waved blue flags.

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel reprimand following delayed Fernando Alonso at turn 16

Korean Grand Prix

Marussia’s Charles Pic received 10-place grid penalty for 9th engine of the season.

Mercedes Michael Schumacher reprimand following blocking cars 22 and 23 during FP2.

Mercedes Michael Schumacher fined €10,000 causing dangerous release from the pit.

Toro Rosso’s Daniel Ricciardo received five places grid penalty for a gearbox changing.

Sauber’s Kamui Kobayashi received drive through penalty for a gearbox changing for a crash with Jenson Button.

Indian Grand Prix

Mercedes Michael Schumacher faced the investigation following Ignoring blue flags, no further action

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Sauber’s Sergio Perez fined € 2,600 for speeding in the pit-lane during FP3, 72.8 km/h.

Red Bull Sebastian Vettel not enough fuel for sampling, driver excluded from qualifying results but may start from the back of the grid (24th). In the race the German starts from the pit-lane.

Sauber’s Sergio Perez received reprimand due to blocking car 19 in Q1 between Turns 5 and 6.

During the race Sauber’s Sergio Perez Forced car 11 from the track and caused a collision with car 10 and received stop and go penalty.

United States Grand Prix

HRT’s Ma Qing Hua fined €2,000 for speeding in the pit-lane during FP1, 69.9 km/h.

Sauber’s Sergio Perez fined €1,200 for speeding in the pit-lane during FP2, 65.5 km/h.

Red Bull’s Mark Webber failed attends for weighing at the end of Q1, reprimand.

Lotus’s Romain Grosjean received five places grid penalty for a replacement gearbox.

Ferrari adapted five place grid drop for Felipe Massa, they claim the Brazilian’s Gearbox failed following qualifying.

Brazilian Grand Prix

Williams’s Pastor Maldonado received 10-place grid drop following failed to attends for weighing at the end of qualifying session.

HRT’s Pedro de la Rosa received five places grid penalty for a replacement gearbox.

Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg received drive through penalty for crash with Lewis Hamilton.


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