Lewis Hamilton has been summed to see the German Grand Prix over his pit entry incident during the race.
The stewards are investigating whether he breached Appendix L, Chapter IV, Article 4(d) of the FIA International Sporting Code by “crossing the line separating the pit entry and the track.”
The article states: “Except in cases of force majeure (accepted as such by the stewards), the crossing, in any direction, of the line separating the pit entry and the track by a car entering the pit lane is prohibited.”
Hamilton won the race with less than five seconds in hand over team mate Valtteri Bottas. He therefore could lose his victory if the stewards impose a time penalty.
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