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Grid penalties for Albon and Latifi at Sochi

Alex Albon and Nicholas Latifi have both hit with five-place grid penalties for the Russian Grand Prix after new gearboxes were fitted to their cars. Albon, fresh from his first ever Formula 1 podium at Mugello, now has a big recovery drive on his hands as he falls from P10 to P15 on the starting grid. The damage is not as severe for Nicholas Latifi, however, as his five-place grid drop actually only means dropping from P19 to P20, swapping places with Kimi Raikkonen who is due to make a record-equalling 322nd start in Formula 1. The starting grid is as follows: 1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 2 Max Verstappen Red Bull 3 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 4 Sergio Perez Racing Point 5 Daniel Ricciardo...
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