Adrian Sutil has hit out at the inconsistency in the penalties that have been meted out this season.
The German was handed a grid-slot penalty following qualifying at the Italian Grand Prix after stewards found him guilty of blocking Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes. It didn't go down well with the Force India driver as he believes that those who dish out the penalties don't always apply the same rules for other incidents.
"I think they just wanted to make an example now to say 'we are consistent in penalties'," he told Autosport ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix where he has good odds with Paddy Power for a top six finish.
"But I hope that for the next race, and all the other...
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