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Breaking: Kevin Magnussen escapes grid penalty for unsafe release

Kevin Magnussen no longer has to worry about being docked grid spots after stewards rule out a penalty for unsafe release. Instead, Haas has to pay a fine of €5,000. Magnussen will start from P7. The Danish driver blocked Sergio Perez from Racing Point during qualifying, when he did not leave his pit box entirely according to protocol. Fortunately, the drivers did not come into contact. Magnussen pulls out of his box right in front of Pérez. That might be an unsafe release. #AusGP pic.twitter.com/rzKYDZCxus — Vincent Bruins (@VincentJBruins) 16 maart 2019 Once again the Gene Haas team is in a promising start position at Albert Park, Romain Grosjean will start from sixth...
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