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Monaco GP: Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen avoid post-race penalties after Ferrari protest

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Last Updated: 29/05/22 8:40pm

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Ferrari have protested against Max Verstappen, claiming that there was a ‘clear rules breach’ at the pit exit during the Monaco Grand Prix

Ferrari have protested against Max Verstappen, claiming that there was a ‘clear rules breach’ at the pit exit during the Monaco Grand Prix

Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen have both avoided penalties for alleged pit exit infringements at the Monaco GP following protests from Ferrari.

The verdict from FIA race stewards confirms Perez’s win, while Verstappen keeps his third place ahead of title rival Charles Leclerc.

Ferrari launched separate protests against Perez and Verstappen in Monte Carlo, accusing them of illegally crossing the yellow line when leaving the pits on Lap 23, trying to stay ahead of Carlos Sainz and Leclerc.

Ferrari's team principal Mattia Binotto believes Max Verstappen broke the rules by crossing the pit lane exit line at the Monaco GP.

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Ferrari’s team principal Mattia Binotto believes Max Verstappen broke the rules by crossing the pit lane exit line at the Monaco GP.

Ferrari’s team principal Mattia Binotto believes Max Verstappen broke the rules by crossing the pit lane exit line at the Monaco GP.

Race Control did not launch an investigation during the Monte Carlo epic but afterwards Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto accused both drivers of a “clear rules breach”.

The FIA summons then confirmed that both Perez and Verstappen were under investigation and a Red Bull team representative reported to stewards, but Ferrari’s protest has now been thrown out.

More to follow.





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