Only two drivers go to America without penalties

14-10-2021 16:50 | Updated: 14-10-2021 17:12
by GPblog.com
F1 News
Only two drivers go to America without penalties

With six races to go this season, only two drivers have no penalty points to their name; Mick Schumacher and Daniel Ricciardo, reports Speedweek.com. Schumacher has had no penalties to his name all season, while Ricciardo recently had his last penalties expire.

Alonso and Gasly penalised in Turkey

Two drivers were penalised during the weekend of the Turkish Grand Prix; Fernando Alonso received two penalties for his collision with Schumacher and Pierre Gasly received two penalties for his contact with Alonso in the first corner of the race in Istanbul. For Alonso it was his first penalty, Gasly had one left from Spain.

Ricciardo and Schumacher clean sheet

Drivers who receive twelve penalty points in a twelve-month period will be suspended for one race. In the run-up to the American Grand Prix, only two drivers have a clean sheet. The two drivers with the most penalty points are Lando Norris and Lance Stroll. They both have eight penalty points and will have to be careful in the coming races.

This is how many penalty points all drivers have

Lance Stroll: 8

Lando Norris: 8

Sergio Perez: 7

Sebastian Vettel: 6

Nicholas Latifi: 6

Nikita Mazepin: 6

Valtteri Bottas: 4

Yuki Tsunoda: 4

George Russell: 4

Antonio Giovinazzi: 3

Pierre Gasly: 3

Charles Leclerc: 2

Kimi Raikkonen: 2

Lewis Hamilton: 2

Max Verstappen: 2

Fernando Alonso: 2

Carlos Sainz: 1

Esteban Ocon: 1

Mick Schumacher: 0

Daniel Ricciardo: 0

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