NC: Not classified (did not complete more than 90% of the race distance)
DNQ: Did not qualify
DNS: Did not start
|Driver||Penalties due to driver||Penalties due to team||No action|
14 comments on “2014 F1 retirements and penalties”
30th March 2014, 18:51
Any chance of having a penalty points tracker added to this page, so we can see driver progress towards the one-race ban?
Keith Collantine (@keithcollantine)
31st March 2014, 10:15
13th October 2014, 17:23
Would it be possible for us to know when the penalty points were awarded, e.g. 2 points on 12th October 2014 (and when they expire)? This could be useful for next year and beyond when a previous year’s points are still valid.
Craig Woollard (@craig-o)
31st March 2014, 10:20
Interesting to see that the first three drivers to receive penalty points are ones who either made their debut last season or this season. Although Bianchi’s points from what I have heard are a bit unnecessary.
31st March 2014, 10:32
Oooo I wonder who will win the penalty points championship
7th April 2014, 14:53
At this rate all point takers so far will have a race ban.
7th April 2014, 14:56
@keithcollantine What about Jenson’s retirement?
7th April 2014, 15:05
@optimaxmal, he was classiefied as +2laps.
17th April 2014, 14:26
Exciting times for Marussia…they’re leading the Constructors Championship!
(Granted, its for penalty points but still…)
19th July 2014, 23:58
any chance of having each gp listed with penaltys and retirements for each?
25th September 2014, 3:54
Jenson had a retirement due to Technical failure in Singapore.
25th September 2014, 9:30
Horner said that thanks to Mercedes’ “shocking” reliability they are still in the title fight. well looking at the above stats, there is not much difference between Red Bull and Mercedes in that respect. perhaps the Mercedes retirements are more noticeable because they usually happen when the cars are leading the race. to be honest i dont remember at which race Vettel had his retirements. apart from the last few races he had a very anonymous season, with Riciardo in the spotlight. Vettel seems to get noticed only when he is being overtaken by his team mate towards the end of the race usually.
The SKy and BBC commentary is very good, and we get information about things that are not on the screen. But in many other countries (eg Czech republic) the commentators are clueless and often even get things wrong that are right in front of them. In the last race they were completely oblivious to the fact that Hamilton had to make up more than 27-29 seconds to be able to pit and come infront of Alonso and the red Bulls. This is what made the last part of the race exciting. But the Czech commentators had no clue. They never mentioned that the Red Bulls and Alonso are trying to go to the end (not even able to translate the radio messages to the audience). They were saying how the Mercedes is dominating this race with a huge lead. Only once Hamilton was exiting the pitlane behind Vettel did they start shouting OMG. Sad really.
25th September 2014, 18:43
To include Ricciardo’s retirement in Mlaysia as a technical retirement is somewhat dishonest. That was a tactical retirement as his team had screwed his race already and he was a lap down. And Hamilton’s retirement in Belgium is also due to accident (or tactical if you like). Both had cars to take them to the end but there was no point…
10th October 2014, 14:28
Can these numbers be found on any official site somewhere?
(like fia, f1, fom)