Caterham F1 Team
Formula 1 drivers say that the new penalty points system is a positive move for the sport.
From 2014, stewards have been able to endorse a driver's super license with penalty points if they are deemed to have transgressed.
If a driver receives 12 penalty points within the space of a year, they will be banned from the next event.
Several racers have already accumulated penalty points; Jules Bianchi has four, Pastor Maldonado three while Valtteri Bottas, Kevin Magnussen and Adrian Sutil have each amassed two.
"I think it’s OK," said Sutil. "I’m not sure if anyone will reach the full 12 but after three races, having four, then he [Bianchi] should reach it...
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