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Penalty Points For Magnussen, Bianchi and Bottas

Kevin Magnussen finished the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend in the points, but unfortunately for the McLaren rookie he also gained two penalty points on his F1 Superlicence after causing a collision with Kimi Raikkonen at the start of the race. The Danish driver lost out with a broken wing and a five-second stop-go penalty but also gains 2 points on his licence, any driver who earns 12 points over the course of the season will receive a one-race ban. Speaking after the accident Magnussen said sorry to the team for ruining the race 'I'm sorry for the team that I messed it up in the first corner,' Magnussen said. 'I think we could have had some good points today.' (Read more from Magnussen...
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