FIA hands out selection of fines on Saturday Saturday in Singapore marked a busy day for the FIA F1 race stewards, who were required to give out a total of seven penalties ranging from a reprimand to a fine of 20,000 dollars from across the third free practice session and qualifying.
This weekend the three usual adjudicators are joined by American and former racing driver Danny Sullivan, who first took on the role for the German Grand Prix in July. FIA Communications, Saturday 25 September:
Jarno Trulli, Lotus Reprimanded for unsafe release in front of Lucas di Grassi during final practice
Christian Klien, HRT Two separate fines for speeding in the pit lane during qualifying, one of 6,600 euros (5,600 pounds) followed by a second of 5,800 euros (5,000 pounds)
Timo Glock, Virgin Racing Fine of 3,400 euros (2,900 pounds) for pit lane speeding in qualifying
Bruno Senna, HRT Fine of 7,600 euros (6,500 pounds) for pit lane speeding in qualifying
Michael Schumacher, Mercedes GP Investigation into a personal fastest lap which was set under yellow flags in Q2; no action taken follow telemetry analysis and evidence from both the driver and a team representative
Nick Heidfeld, Sauber Fine of 20,000 dollars (12,600 pounds) for unsafe pit release in front of Michael Schumacher during Q2
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