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Martin Brundle slams FIA for ‘tortuous ‘ and ‘unacceptable' rule

Ex-F1 driver turned Sky Sports pundit Martin Brundle has urged Formula 1 to find a 'solution' to reduce the number of grid penalties, following a confusing grid at the Italian Grand Prix last weekend. Staggeringly, nine of the twenty drivers were awarded grid penalties for last Sunday's race at the ‘Temple of Speed', after opting to change components of their power unit. It saw the official starting grid changed several times, with the stewards seemingly confused themselves as to who starts where. The official grid wasn't released until several hours after qualifying had finished, with drivers like Nicholas Latifi having been promoted from P16 to P10 for the race....
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