Fernando Alonso and Daniel Ricciardo are set to receive penalties for changing power unit components this weekend.
The McLaren driver will take his fifth new engine, turbo and MGU-H. These will incur him one ten-place penalty and two five-place penalties, meaning he will be penalised a total of 20 places.
As Alonso is unlikely to qualify high enough to be able to serve his entire penalty, he is therefore almost guaranteed to be penalised further in the race. He may start Sunday’s race knowing he has to take a drive-through penalty, as team mate Jenson Button did in Canada.
Daniel Ricciardo has also taken his fifth new engine, and will therefore have a ten-place grid penalty.
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