Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen will serve his public service at this weekend's Morrocan ePrix, as the Dutchman still has to settle the score for shoving Esteban Ocon after the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Verstappen was leading the Brazilian Grand Prix with relative ease, until the lapped Ocon tried to unlap himself in the Senna S. Verstappen and Ocon touched and both spun around, giving the opportunistic Lewis Hamilton a free pass to another victory. Verstappen, in a fit of rage, walked up to Ocon in the paddock after the race and shoved him several times. He got punished for this by the FIA - public service.
It's now been revealed that Verstappen will have to be present at the race weekend in Formula E in Morocco this weekend, with the Marrakesh ePrix being on the FE calendar. What he'll have to do exactly is unknown as of yet.
This article will be updated when more information gets released.