Finally, the FIA has decided to eliminate Hamilton from the qualifying session, so he will have to start at the end
mexican pilot czech perez He will come out in third place enemy rating to be held in Brazilian Grand Prix After the punishment suffered by a pilot mercedesAnd Lewis Hamilton.
The son Declared to be a seven-time champion, Lewis Hamilton, was disqualified after not complying with the permitted procedures for the DRS area, in which he lost the opportunity to start from first position.
Looking at this Dutchman and championship leader, Max Verstappen, will start from first place, while in second place will start Finn Valtteri Bottas.
Hamilton will have to start from the back of the grid and, in addition, has a pending engine change penalty for this race, so he will lose five places at the end of the sprint classification who will live in Brazil.
Hamilton will share the last exit row with the Russian Nikita Mazepin.
The sprint is only a 100km or 30 minute race, and will determine the starting grid for Sunday’s race. There are no mandatory stops.
The FIA announced in a press release that English driver Lewis Hamilton was disqualified after qualifying on Friday for failing to take action on his car.
“The technical delegate reported that Car 44 did not pass the test designed to review the requirements of the last paragraph of Art. 3.6.3 of the FIA Formula 1 Technical Regulations 2021. In simple terms, there is a gap between the top and bottom of the rear wing. When the DRS is not activated, the DRS must That this gap be between 10mm and 15mm. The car passed this part of the test,” the text reads.
In the same way, they stated that “when the DRS is activated, which raises the upper element of the wing to a flatter positional plane, the space should be between 10 mm and 85 mm. The maximum gap is measured, according to TD / 011-19, this is a measure of 85 mm against the gap with a maximum load of 10 newtons (ten newtons).If the indicator passes, the vehicle has failed the test.In this case, the meter will not pass through the inner section of the wing, but through the outer section of the wing.This test was repeated four times With two different calibers, once conducted in the presence of supervisors and competitor representatives.The hosts held a hearing Friday after qualifying with Ron Meadows, competition representative, Simon Cole, chief engineer, Trackside and FIA Jo Bauer, technical delegate, and Nicholas Tombazis, vehicle technical director.
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