Verstappen serves final part of Brazilian GP punishment | RaceFans Round-up

In the round-up: Max Verstappen has served the second half of his punishment for his altercation with Esteban Ocon following last year’s Brazilian Grand Prix.


More motor racing links of interest:

Interactive education at the 2019 FIA international stewards programme (FIA)

“Following a day spent as an observer to the stewards of the Marrakesh E-Prix in January, F1 driver Max Verstappen joined the FIA International Stewards Programme on Saturday. He took part in a number of the interactive case study sessions, which involved considering an incident, deliberating with the stewards and deciding an appropriate penalty – activities which are in line with the educational approach taken by the FIA in this matter.”

The F1 Gossip column (Sky)

Chase Carey: “That meeting as well as the relationship with our promoters in general we feel great about. The reaction from that meeting in general was great. Certainly there are a couple that decided to make a little noise, that’s the nature of the beast.”

10 Feb 2019 (MRF Challenge)

@JamieChadwick clinched the MRF Challenge title by winning three of the five races at the Madras circuit last weekend.

Ocon will ‘transform’ under new rules for F1 return (Autosport)

“What I don’t want to swallow at all, what I will not swallow, is that I’m not back in 2020. I would be massively disappointed by this.”

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