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Brown wants tougher penalties for causing a red flag

Zak Brown has backed Carlos Sainz in a call to punish drivers who cause a red flag more severely. The McLaren CEO has submitted a proposal to the FIA to review the rules surrounding the issue, reports Motorsport. Article continues under ad Already several times this season there have been calls for tougher action against drivers who cause a red flag in qualifying. Sainz was the most explicit, calling for the fastest time of the driver in question to be wiped out. The reasoning was that by causing a red flag you deprive other drivers of the chance to be able to set a good time. A malicious driver could thus secure his own position by deliberately causing a red flag. 'This is the easiest...
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