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The Italian Grand Prix of Formula 1 provided plenty of attractions: in addition to the collision of the champions, there was also an event in the back regions of the field that did not escape the attention of the stewards.

First of all, on the most significant case: the accident of Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen was also investigated. The decision makers decided that

Verstappen will be relegated three places in the next race.

The reasoning was that Hamilton was trying to use an arc to avoid the other car, although he still pressed Verstappen to the shaking stone. However, the Dutch were observed not to be completely next to the Mercedes until the entrance to Bend 1. According to stewards, Verstappen’s move was too late. Although Hamilton could have pulled even better to avoid the incident, decision-makers found his position acceptable, so the league leader is considered the main culprit in the accident.

In addition to the start penalty, Verstappen also received two penalty points, his first penalty points in a year.

An investigation was also launched against Lance Stroll after he was suspected of not slowing down enough during the Yellow Flag period. The Aston Martin rider finally escaped with a warning, he could keep his seventh place.

Sergio Perez (Red Bull), Nikita Mazepin (Haas), Esteban Ocon (Alpine) and Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo) broke the rules during the race. In their case, a decision was made in the competition, they were given a 5-second penalty for various cases, which was accompanied by 1-1 penalty points. With that, in the last 12 months of peeking, Ocon has already collected one, Giovinazzi 3, Mazepin 6, Perez 7. After a dozen collections, an automatic race ban is a “reward” for pilots.