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‘It's not possible': Esteban Ocon makes FIA demand after farcical penalties

Alpine’s Esteban Ocon wants to see changes made to the engine allocation going into next year after another raft of penalties at the Italian Grand Prix. The drivers are all given three engines at the start of the season, with a specific number of components available. The first time a driver exceeds their allocated pool of any part, they will be given a 10-place penalty, and every additional part after that gets them a five-place drop. For example, if a driver takes on a fourth ICE, of which they are allowed three, then they will get a 10-place drop. READ: Fernando Alonso insists there was something wrong with his Alpine When they then move on to their fifth one, they will take a...
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