F1 2015 Belgian GP: Daniil Kvyat received his second reprimanded for unsafe release in the pit lane ahead of Sauber’s Felipe Nasr. The incident also gives Red Bull incur a €10,000 ($11,351.00) fine.
“Car 26 was released as car 12 was approaching,” read the stewards’ statement. “In addition the driver did not pay sufficient attention.”
A third reprimand in a season would trigger an automatic 10 place grid penalty for the driver.
Race stewards found that Kvyat’s car was released as Williams’ Brazilian Felipe Massa was approaching in second practice and the Russian also “did not pay sufficient attention”.