(Reuters) – Austrian Grand Prix podium finishers Charles Leclerc, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton have been handed suspended 10,000 euro ($10,000) fines on Sunday for a breach of post-race procedures.
Race stewards summoned Ferrari, Red Bull and Mercedes representatives after the rostrum celebrations following a report from the race director.
They stated video proof had confirmed the drivers’ physios and/or drivers’ assistants had entered parce ferme, the closed pit lane space, with out permission and in violation of a longtime process.
The ban on them getting into the world is to make sure no objects are handed to drivers earlier than they’re weighed.
The stewards stated the advantageous was suspended for the rest of the season and warned drivers that the people involved may have their passes revoked if there was a “systemic violation”.
Ferrari’s Leclerc received the race on the Red Bull Ring with championship chief Verstappen second for Red Bull and Hamilton, the game’s most profitable driver of all time, third for Mercedes.
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(Reporting by Alan Baldwin, enhancing by Ed Osmond)