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Verstappen to face F1 stewards over Brazilian GP qualifying parc ferme incident

Hamilton beat Red Bull driver Verstappen to pole position by four-tenths of a second in qualifying on Friday because the championship contenders locked out the entrance row of the grid for the dash race.

However Hamilton faces doable exclusion from the qualifying session after the DRS element of his rear wing failed the post-session checks by the FIA’s technical delegate.

A prolonged listening to adopted that was subsequently adjourned until the morning while the stewards await more evidence.

Quickly after asserting this adjournment, the FIA issued a bulletin confirming that Verstappen had been summoned for a listening to at 9:30am native time on Saturday morning.

Verstappen will meet with the stewards over an “alleged breach of Article 2.5.1 of the FIA Worldwide Sporting Code”.

Article 2.5.1 of the ISC reads: “Contained in the Parc Fermé, solely the officers assigned might enter. No operation, checking, tuning or restore is allowed except authorised by the identical officers or by the relevant rules.”

A fan video (beneath) from the grandstand at Interlagos confirmed Verstappen going over to Hamilton’s automobile and touching his rear wing in parc ferme, which can be in breach of the ISC regulation.

 

It means each F1 title contenders discover themselves vulnerable to sanction from the FIA stewards on the Brazilian Grand Prix forward of Saturday’s operating.

Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing, congratulates pole man Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, in Parc Ferme

Max Verstappen, Purple Bull Racing, congratulates pole man Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, in Parc Ferme

Picture by: Mark Sutton / Motorsport Images

The 24-lap dash race is scheduled to start at four:30pm native time at Interlagos (7:30pm GMT), and can provide three factors to the successful driver.

Verstappen presently leads Hamilton by 19 factors on the high of the drivers’ championship, having received the final two races in the USA and Mexico.

Hamilton is already taking a five-place grid penalty into Sunday’s grand prix for an earlier Mercedes engine change.

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