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Magnussen and Bianchi get penalty points

Getty Images Enlarge Kevin Magnussen and Jules Bianchi received two penalty points each on their F1 superlicences at the Malaysian Grand Prix after causing collisions in the race. Under new rules this year, any driver who earns 12 penalty points over the course of the season will receive a one-race ban at the next event. Magnussen hit Kimi Raikkonen at the start, breaking his McLaren's front wing and puncturing the Ferrari's right rear tyre, but went on to finish ninth. He was given a five-second stop-go penalty at his second pit stop as well as the two penalty points. "I'm sorry for the team that I messed it up in the first corner," Magnussen said. "I think we could have...
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