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They have been joined by Esteban Ocon and Haas team mates Kevin Magnussen and Mick Schumacher. The Alpine driver will take a new engine only, meaning he incurs a five-place grid penalty.
Of the Haas pair, Schumacher has also only taken a new engine, meaning a five-place penalty. However Haas have also changed his gearbox, exceeding his allocation, increasing his penalty to a total of 15 places. His team mate Magnussen will lose the same number of positions after Haas changed his engine plus turbocharger and MGU-H.
Ferrari have fitted a complete fresh power unit to Carlos Sainz Jnr’s car, but as he had already incurred enough penalties to start at the back of the grid it makes no difference to his starting position.
Another Ferrari engine user, Zhou Guanyu, has had a new exhaust fitted to his car, but this remains within his allocation and he will not take a penalty.
Among the previously announced penalty takers, Hamilton and Tsunoda will drop to the back of the grid with Sainz, Bottas will move back 15 places, Perez 10 places and Verstappen five.
Penalties confirmed so far
Verstappen – Five-place grid penalty for power unit component change
Ocon – Five-place grid penalty for power unit component change
Perez – 10-place grid penalty for power unit component change
Bottas – 15-place grid penalty due to multiple power unit component changes
Magnussen – 15-place grid penalty due to multiple power unit component changes
Schumacher – 15-place grid penalty due to power unit component and gearbox changes
Hamilton – Start at back of grid due to multiple power unit component changes
Sainz – Start at back of grid due to multiple power unit component changes (incurred twice), 10-place grid penalty for gearbox component changes
Tsunoda – Start at back of grid due to multiple power unit component changes, 10-place grid penalty for collecting five reprimands, three-place grid penalty for ignoring yellow flags
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