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Kvyat: I totally disagree with the penalty

Daniil Kvyat was nicknamed ‘The Torpedo’ after a collision at the 2016 Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix but the Russian felt unfairly punished after hitting both McLarens on another smashing Sunday. The Toro Rosso driver, who eventually retired, was handed a drive-through penalty for causing a first-lap collision with British rookie Lando Norris, whose car bounced in the air, and Spaniard Carlos Sainz. The impact damaged both McLarens and destroyed their hopes of scoring points. “Regarding the lap-one incident I saw it quite many times now, I had time, and to be honest I totally disagree with the penalty,” Kvyat told Sky Sports television. “I will speak with the stewards behind...
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