Leclerc, Verstappen and Hamilton all issued with summons
Charles Leclerc, Max Verstappen, and Lewis Hamilton have been called before the stewards in Austria, following alleged transgressions following the race.
Leclerc, Verstappen, and Hamilton have each been called before the stewards in Austria, having finished first, second, and third respectively in the Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring.
Hours after the race, the podium finishers have each been called up for an alleged breach of the International Sporting Code, with the relevant article 12.2.1.i outlined as “Failure to follow the instructions of the relevant officials for the safe and orderly conduct of the Event.”
The investigation centred on the teams allegedly sending along team physios and driver physicians to attend to their drivers ahead of the post-race weighing procedure.
Representatives from all three teams Ferrari, Red Bull, and Mercedes, each visited the stewards at 6:30pm local time (5:30pm UK time) for a hearing.
Update:The stewards have since reached a verdict into the investigation, and have hit all three drivers with monetary fines.
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