Max Verstappen was given a five-second time penalty for his collision with Lewis Hamilton during the Brazilian Grand Prix. Did the stewards make the correct decision?
The United States Grand Prix stewards handed George Russell a five-second time penalty after he collided with Carlos Sainz Jnr at the start of the race. Was it the right call?
Fernando Alonso was investigated twice for cutting the turn 14-15 chicane in the Miami Grand Prix and penalised once. Did the stewards call it right?
Did Lance Stroll deserve a five second time penalty for weaving while defending from Valtteri Bottas during the Australian Grand Prix? Have your say.
Should the lap one incident between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at turn six have been investigated by the stewards?
Did the stewards take the correct decision over the unusual and controversial collision between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton in Jeddah?
Should Max Verstappen have been made to give up the lead of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after passing Lewis Hamilton off track at the restart?
Were the stewards right to give Pierre Gasly a five-second time penalty, and two penalty points on his licence, for knocking Fernando Alonso into a spin at the first corner?
A controversial collision between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at Silverstone ended the Red Bull driver’s race. Who was at fault?