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Leclerc, Verstappen Among Six F1 Drivers Dealt Grid Penalties in Spa


A large number of Formula One drivers, including title competitors Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen, were given an assortment of matrix punishments for the Belgian Grand Prix on Friday.

Ferrari's Leclerc, Red Bull's Verstappen, McLaren's Lando Norris, Alpine's Esteban Ocon, Haas F1's Mick Schumacher and Alfa Romeo's Valtteri Bottas are in the blend for the last six spots on the network after power unit and gearbox parts in their vehicles were changed that drove them off the portion. The punishments shifted with a scope of programmed back of the network ones and at least 10 spots, for instance.

Spa is known as one of the most outstanding tracks for overwhelming, and with nine races left on the schedule (remembering the Belgian Grand Prix for Sunday), taking the punishments currently helps their possibilities completing the season without additional punishments. Formal affirmation of the punishments by the FIA is normal later on Friday.

Verstappen holds a noteworthy lead over Leclerc for the driver title, and his Red Bull colleague Sergio Perez is only five focuses behind the Ferrari driver in third. Mercedes, in the mean time, isn't in the gathering that got punishments right off the bat Friday. As a three-way race brews, could one more twofold platform from Lewis Hamilton and George Russell (or the Silver Arrows' most memorable success of the time) be not too far off with the title competitors battling from the rear of the matrix?

 

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